Hubei Foot-and-mouth outbreak An outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease has been reported in cattle in Wuhan, the news website Cnhubei.com reports. The local authority confirmed that 54 cattle at a farm in Huangpi district were infected with the disease. Pregnant, left standing A social media post by a man from Wuhan explaining why he did not give up his seat to a pregnant woman on the subway has gone viral, the news website Cnhubei.com reports. The man fell asleep on the train and woke to find a pregnant woman standing next to him and passengers taking photographs with their mobile phones. He said he was asleep before she arrived and he was afraid he would be labelled as a rude passenger. Chongqing 'Body' was drink-driver A cleaner helped capture a man wanted for drink-driving after she saw him sleeping on a lawn, thought he was dead and called the police, the Chongqing Morning Post reports. Officers woke the man and found he was a drunk-driver who had fled after taking a breath test. Health records revealed The human resources department of a company in the municipality published details of its staff's medical check-ups on its internal website, the Chongqing Morning Post reports. One young man diagnosed with inflammation of the prostate said he was now too embarrassed to go to the company toilets. The owner of the firm, which was not named, has taken the medical test details down, but said that he thought the initiative would remind the employees to pay more attention to their personal health. Fujian Hi-tech car thieves Police in Nanan have arrested three alleged thieves who used a radio transmitter to silently block drivers from successfully locking their cars with remote-control car keys, the Strait City Daily reports. They then stole from the vehicles after the owners walked away. Police traced the trio after checking surveillance video outside a jewellery shop where an Audi driver had a cellphone and some jewellery stolen from what he believed was a locked car. Shame over missing boy A lost three-year-old toddler was left alone at a police station in Xindian county for over two hours on Thursday because his grandfather felt too ashamed to report the boy missing, the Southeast Express reports. The old man took the boy out for a ride on a bike, but lost him. He stopped his daughter-in-law from calling the police for fear that the news would spread in the neighbourhood. The man eventually allowed the family to call the authorities. Henan Fake 'wanted' poster A man in Zhengzhou put up fake wanted posters to trace a woman he met online who he claimed had stolen money from him, the Dahe Daily reports. The poster said that a "beautiful 26-year-old woman" was involved in a burglary worth 200,000 yuan (HK$253,000) last December. It offered 10,000 yuan as a reward for information. Officers said that the man may have broken the law by issuing a fake police notice. Dead after 2.5 yuan row An elderly man from Jiyuan died after getting into an argument with a friend over 2.5 yuan, the news website Dahe.cn reports. The men and two others had chipped in 5 yuan each to visit a shrine, but one made his way home on his own and asked one of his friends for a 2.5 yuan refund. The friend gave back the money after a heated row, but then started shaking, collapsed foaming at the mouth and lost consciousness. He died later in hospital. Hunan Pupils charged to sleep A high school in Yueyang charges pupils 1 yuan a day to take a nap, the news website Thepaper.cn reports. The school has made it compulsory to take a one-hour sleep from 12.40pm to 13.40pm in the classroom and charges pupils 138 yuan each term. The school said the money was to cover the expense of teachers on duty during nap time. A member of staff at the local price supervision bureau said the school could only charge if they provided beds. The bureau said it was looking into the matter. Dishes cleaned with mop An undercover investigation has alleged that a hotpot restaurant in Changsha sold leftover food and washed dishes with a floor mop, the Xiao Xiang Chen Bao reports. The newspaper's undercover reporter, who worked in the restaurant for about two weeks, was instructed to wash leftover ingredients so they could be used again. The reporter also spotted colleagues washing dishes with a mop that was used to clean in the toilets. Shandong Cellar burglar caught A man who allegedly broke into 40 cellars in Jinan in a month has been caught, Life Daily reports. During the break-ins he only took two bottles of wine and a can of oil. The man, who is 30 and unemployed, threw away the wine and oil after he could not get a good price for them. Poker game fight A card player from Yucheng who allegedly beat up a man during a poker game has been arrested, the news website Iqilu.com reports. The man got angry because the victim of the attack was standing behind the card players and constantly offered tips. The man fled after the attack last month, but was finally arrested. Sichuan 'Poor service' from hitman A woman from Nanchong complained to the police about the poor service she had received from a contractor, but officers later discovered that she was complaining about the lack of action from a hitman she hired to kill her husband, the West China City Daily reports. She has been arrested. The woman said her husband beat her and she paid a man she found online 29,700 yuan to kill him. She got angry after nothing happened and called the police without detailing what she had paid for. Police had already arrested the conman for fraud. Home sought for strays A couple in Chengdu who have been taking care of 60 stray cats and dogs for a decade have spent all their savings and are looking for people to adopt them, the West China City Daily reports. The husband picked up their first stray cat in 2005 after he saw it trapped on a roof. The couple said they would only let the animals go to good homes. Zhejiang Gambler tried for fraud A gambler from Wenzhou has gone on trial for allegedly swindling a woman out of over 300,000 yuan to play the lottery, the Qianjiang Evening News reports. The man borrowed money several times, but kept making excuses about paying it back. A verdict in the case has yet to be announced. Drunk bit 8 cops A drunk couple have been arrested after the husband allegedly bit eight police officers in Shaoxing who tried to stop them from vandalising a traffic barrier in the middle of a road, the Qianjiang Evening News reports. The couple had a fight at a friend's birthday party and took it out on the traffic barriers. Onlookers called the police. The man refused to let go of the barriers and allegedly kicked and bit the officers. His wife joined in the brawl after the police called for back-up, scratching them with her nails. The police officers suffered only minor injuries.