Woman at JJ Lin's concert attacked after telling 2 fans to not block the view

The victim said that the attackers pulled her hair, snatched her phone and forced her to delete the footage she took of them. Photos: Handout, Screenshot/Weibo

A woman who attended JJ Lin's concert at Hong Kong's Central Harbourfront Event Space last Friday (March 17) was attacked after telling two fans to stop blocking the view.

In a Weibo post after the concert, the victim shared a video showing two women holding up a sign while standing on their chairs, obstructing the view for those behind them.

She alleged that when she asked them to get down, the two refused to comply, shouted at her and beat her up.

"They pulled my hair, snatched my phone and forced me to delete the footage (I took of them)," she wrote, adding that one of them even cursed at Lin to die just to spite her.

"Don't be a weirdo towards JJ Lin and curse him to die just to anger me. It won't work. All you're doing is demeaning yourself," she said.

The victim added that she has already lodged a police report.

She also requested for netizens who attended the concert that day to share more footage of the incident as evidence.

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