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Jackie Chan warns fans not to do risky stunts

Writer: Heidi Hsia



Jackie Chan in his latest movie, "Railroad Tigers".

4 Jan – Jackie Chan recently took to social media to express his concern about a fan's erratic behaviour, and reminded others to not follow the bad example of said man.

Earlier, the actor was in Yinchuan to promote his new movie, "Railroad Tigers", when a fan decided to get his attention by climbing the lighting scaffold that was two-storey high, much to the horror of the crowd in front of him.

Despite getting a warning from Jackie, who threatened to leave if he refuses to climb down, the fan maintained his position, and only jumped when the actor was about to leave.

The security then rushed towards the man and took him away.

Sharing the incident online recently, Jackie stated, "My colleagues and I were very worried. I hope he is alright. I am also a father. In case of any problem, how am I to explain to the fan's parents?"

The actor admitted that he would always get worried whenever there is such an event, and shared that the local authorities have already warned his team that they may not be invited to Yinchuan next time if a similar situation occurred again.

On a happier note, the "Railroad Tigers" star wishes his fans a healthy and happy life in 2017.

Cinema Online, 04 January 2017


Related Movies:
Railroad Tigers (Mandarin) (03 Jan 2017)

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