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It's 2017 but Chinese tourists have clearly still not learned how to behave properly when on an outing or overseas.
In the latest incident of lousy etiquette displayed by tourists from China, a family were recently spotted "chasing after peacocks and plucking their feathers" at Beijing's Badaling Wildlife Park.
An employee confirmed that the incident occurred inside the zoo's peacock garden, reported Shanghaiist.
While visitors are allowed to feed, touch and photograph the birds, hurting or harming them is strictly forbidden.
A netizen who took pictures of the family had uploaded them online and sparked outrage. Some users suggested that that they try plucking the fur of tigers instead.