Subject set fire to internet cables because the connection was slow. How many identified?

The subject’s attack of anger left 4,000 homes and offices without service for more than 24 hours.

A man in China was sentenced to 7 years in prison after setting fire to a fiber optic telecommunications box in a fit of anger that it was on public roads, due to its slow connection, this according to what the local authorities reported.

The man, identified by Lan’s last name, was at an “internet cafe” in southern Guangxi province in June last year. Due to a slow connection, which negatively affected his Internet browsing, the man broke out in a fit of anger that made him go out into the street.

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Once outside, Lan approached the public box where the fiber optic network cables were located, and unleashed his rage against it by setting fireaccording to the Cenxi court in a statement posted on its website.

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