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Man has to choose between saving his girlfriend or his ex

19 March 2015, 16:40

Lagos – A man in China found himself in an awkward situation when both his girlfriend and his ex-lover jumped into a river and he could only save one, Mirror reports.

Wu Hsia, 21, broke up with his girlfriend, Jun Tang, and then started dating Rong Tsao. But after three months Tang was still hassling him and that upset Tsao

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Hsia arranged a meeting between himself, Tang and Tsao in order to sort out the conflict. The two women began arguing and Tang threw herself into the river and called to Hsia to save her. Afraid that Tsia might save her, Tsao also jumped into the river and shouted at Hsia to save her, which meant that Tsao had to choose between the two of them.

Tsao jumped in and saved his current girlfriend, Tsao, and took her to the hospital. On the way to the hospital, he phoned his brother and asked him to collect Tang. Wu Hsia's brother then called the fire brigade to help remove Tang from the river. Both women only suffered minor injuries.

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