Hongkong,Zoe Drewett(dailystar.co.uk): The woman, in her 20s, is filmed as her underwear is ripped off in front of a crowd of shoppers. She is being attacked by the wife of a man she is accused of having an affair with.
HORRIFIC: The public shaming of women suspected of cheating with married men is becoming increasingly common in China [CEN]
The sickening video shows women knocking her to the ground and kicking her while dozens of people look on – with not one person even attempting to help the defenceless woman.
Even police officers have said they won't investigate it because they have not received a complaint.
The attack happened in northern China's Datong City.
In another incident also caught on camera in the city of Wenzhou, a woman has a concrete slab smashed over head before a group of women push her to the ground and violently stamp on her head.
Public shaming and beating of 'mistresses' is becoming increasingly common in China.
Wives are choosing to take matters into their own hands and dish out so called "civil justice".
Married shopper Zhu Feng, 35, who witnessed the first attack said: "It serves these girls right, they ought to be exposed in public.
"If they try and steal our husbands and we find out, they know what is coming.
"They deserve to be taught a lesson and to leave our husband's alone."
Last year Chinese woman Lin Yao Li was ambushed by four women who pushed her to the floor and repeatedly kicked her in the breasts and groin.
The ringleader of the gang was the scorned wife of the man Lin was accused of having an affair with.
Public shaming and the beating of mistresses is becoming widespread as irate wives dish out "civil justice".
At the time, local man Jun Feng, 30, who found beaten woman Lin lying on the ground after the mob who attacked her had left told local TV: "This type of thing is becoming quite normal.
"Angry wives and girlfriends get their revenge on their cheating men by attacking the other woman."