Security cameras caught a tourist at Tai Qing cave in Yuanan, Hubei province, as he snapped a stalactite and passed bits to his friends. Photo: Weibo Security cameras caught a tourist at Tai Qing cave in Yuanan, Hubei province, as he snapped a stalactite and passed bits to his friends. Photo: Weibo
Security cameras caught a tourist at Tai Qing cave in Yuanan, Hubei province, as he snapped a stalactite and passed bits to his friends. Photo: Weibo

Shamed Chinese tourists apologise after smashing up ancient stalactite

  • Weibo footage from cameras at Tai Qing in Hubei province, China’s biggest karst cave, pulls 150 million hits as visitors are caught vandalising rock formation

Topic |   China society
Security cameras caught a tourist at Tai Qing cave in Yuanan, Hubei province, as he snapped a stalactite and passed bits to his friends. Photo: Weibo Security cameras caught a tourist at Tai Qing cave in Yuanan, Hubei province, as he snapped a stalactite and passed bits to his friends. Photo: Weibo
Security cameras caught a tourist at Tai Qing cave in Yuanan, Hubei province, as he snapped a stalactite and passed bits to his friends. Photo: Weibo
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