One restaurant in Taipei, its capital Taiwan, was attacked with a “weapon” over 1,000 cockroaches, in an incident that police consider to have been an act of revenge by an organized crime syndicate.
According to RT, two men dressed in black ran into G House Taipei on Monday night and threw more than 1,000 small cockroaches in the air, before fleeing.
Photos show a large number of cockroaches on the floor, while the incident was recorded by a camera.
When the occurrence was in progress in police dinner restaurant, but Chen Jia-chang, police commissioner of Taipei, said the incident rather when energy with personal motivation against the restaurant owner, who allegedly owes money to Bamboo Union criminal organization.
Four men and a woman are being held by police as suspects.
Following the incident, G House Taipei announced that the restaurant would be completely disinfected.