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10 Feb 2021 Wage Theft

Adelaide Fun Tea director claims he’s had death threats after brawl over alleged wage theft

This article was posted by on 10 February, 2021.


A bubble tea shop owner says Chinese “gangsters” are looking for him, as new footage emerges of the moment his female worker was attacked.

The Working Women’s Centre SA Inc, representing the alleged victim and a 22-year-old woman who were both employees for almost six months, claims they earned between $10 and $12 an hour.

In the latest footage, the 20-year-old employee can be seen behind the counter when she exchanges words with a man, allegedly 39-year-old Gavin Guo, who leaves and then comes back to point his finger in her face.

The woman removes her apron and walks into the cafe area to speak with the man. She is escorted away by a colleague before returning with a number of other people.

Fun Tea director Jason Duan speaks to the group before Mr Guo walks over, allegedly assaulting the woman and sparking a violent brawl.


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