The video shows the unidentified suspect demonstrating kung fu style poses as he kicks at crumbled sections of the structure, reports said. He also tore away blocks and dropped them onto the ground.
An unidentified suspect was captured kicking crumbled sections of the Great Wall of China, reports said. He also tore away blocks and dropped them onto the ground.
Chinese police are on the hunt for a man who has been filmed destroying part of what appears to be the Great Wall of China.
Dressed in a T-shirt, shorts and sandals the man kicks at a crumbled section of the centuries-old stone structure while pulling kung fu poses, the People’s Daily Online reports.
If that wasn’t enough, he also tore away sections of the wall and let them tumble to the ground while his friend behind the camera laughs.
“It was not easy for Emperor Qin Shihuang to build the Great Wall, and he has come to destroy it,” Chinamil.com.cn quotes the friend as saying before filming ends.
The footage was posted online on July 19 and has caused outrage on Chinese social media sites.
China Great Wall Society vice president Dong Yaohui told Chinamil.com.cn the section of the wall could be the Dapanying Great Wall in Huailai County, Hebei Province.
This section of the wall is considered “wild” as it has not undergone repair and does not have ongoing monitoring.
Qin Shi Huang, the first Emperor of China, built the wall in the 7th century.