Rich Nanjing youth caught stealing for thrills

22:23, August 13, 2010      

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Wang Gang, an oversea graduate who has a luxurious villa and cars, was arrested for stealing in Nanjing recently.

According to the prosecution, Wang Gang was born in Nanjing in 1984. He finished his primary and junior high school in Hong Kong and high school in Nanjing. Later he entered a university in Canada. His father is a business man in Shanghai who has considerable assets and real estate in Hong Kong, Shanghai and Nanjing, His family is extremely well off.

However, Wang Gang's intellectual life is extremely empty. Wang began to learn to do business with his father after he graduated from Canada, but he quit his job soon. From then on, he began to go on drives late at night and rob homes. He would throw out the bags he got and keep all the cash.

Wang said frankly that stealing gave him mental satisfaction rather than fulfilling any economic need.

By Wang Qianyuanxue, People's Daily Online

(Editor:王寒露)

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