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Woman Undergoes Plastic Surgery to Escape $3.7 Million Debts

“We were very surprised at the scene…she looked in her thirties and was different from the photos we had,” a policeman said in a report posted on China’s state owned Xinhua news agency.

Susie Steck





She thought it would be like a simple case of a criminal changing her face through plastic surgery, but Zhu Najuan, 59 years old, failed unexpectedly.

This after Chinese police officials arrested the now 30-year-old-looking Zhu in her new residence in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen.

Zhu had debts amounting to 25 million Yuan or approximately 3.71 million US dollars and a pending court case in Wuhan, Hubei Province, ordering her to pay off her debt.

Zhu tried to escape her financial obligations by going under the knife.

Source: @OneFMKe

“We were very surprised at the scene…she looked in her thirties and was different from the photos we had,” a policeman said in a report posted on China’s state-owned Xinhua news agency.

She fled to Shenzen this year hoping to start anew with her new face and different identities.

However, police in Shenzhen tracked her down and arrested her.

Source: Reuters

After her arrest, Zhu also admitted using other people’s identity cards to travel across the country by boarding a train.

Zhu confessed that she financed her plastic surgery by borrowing bank cards from unidentified individuals.

Reports said it is not clear yet who let her borrow their bank accounts.

She will be facing a series of crimes which include cases like fraud or identity theft on top of her original pending court order to pay her huge debt.

Since China opened its door to personal lending in 2014, many Chinese people have been borrowing money so recklessly until they drown in millions of debt.

Reports also said that some Chinese citizens do absurdly drastic and odd things in an attempt to escape their responsibilities of paying their debts.

Source: TechCrunch

Chinese policemen have now launched a manhunt operation to track down other individuals who have debts from lending companies.

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Utah Mayor Goes Undercover, Disguises As Homeless Guy For 3 Days

According to Mayor Ben McAdams, his experience living as a homeless man was “shocking”.

Mark Andrew



Remember Mitchell Modell, the CEO who went undercover to surprise his homeless employee? You probably do! That Undercover Boss episode received a lot of love and attention on the internet because it was really amazing and touching at the same time.

Now we've recently heard the story of a mayor from Utah who actually took the time to disguise as a homeless man for 3 days and 2 nights. The big difference between him and Modell? He wasn't filming scenes for a TV show but he did it to observe the conditions and concerns of homeless people within his jurisdiction.

Mayor Ben McAdams of Salt Lake County, Utah lived among the homeless in the Rio Grande neighborhood.

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Illegal Discharge Pollutes Niagara Falls With Black Sewage Water

This is so disheartening and painful to look at.




Earth is filled with many wonders that showcase unexplainable beauty. Case in point, the Niagara Falls is among these. It is unlike any other falls in the planet. Sad to say, however, humanity is starting to pollute and destroy it.

Reports claim that the calm and relaxing waters of Niagara Falls is starting to be smelly. It gushes with an unpleasant black sludge believed to be the result of a leak.

Niagara Falls is regarded as the 8th wonder in the world.

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There’s a Garbage Patch as Big as Mexico Floating in the Pacific Ocean!

A group of researchers spotted the huge garbage patch in a remote pocket of the Pacific Ocean.

Faye Williams



Environmentalists rage against pollution. For many years now, they've warned us about the ocean being contaminated with various pollutants. However, it's easy to ignore what they say when we don't actually see these pollutants. Then again, it's hard to ignore a huge garbage patch that's the same size as Mexico. It was spotted floating in the Pacific Ocean.

The Mexico-sized heap of garbage was discovered by oceanographer Charles Moore and the rest of his team from the Algalita Research Foundation. They had gone on a six-month voyage around the Pacific.

A garbage patch that's as big as a country.

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