A video of a man armed with a gun and a drone filming people filming themselves in public has gone viral on social media.
The clip, which appears to have been filmed by a security guard at the airport, has gone on to go viral, with the hashtag #DumbDumb trending on Twitter.
According to the footage, the security guard, whose name has not been released, is seen entering a terminal in the city of Wuhan.
“The guard was in his station area, which was on the first floor of a building, so I had to be very discreet,” the man, who did not give his name, told the Associated Press.
He told the news agency that he was watching people filming the security guards when the guards approached and asked for identification.
He then pointed his weapon at the guard, and the guard was able to run away.
The man said he had been watching the video and noticed the security cameras were rolling.
The video has since gone viral.
The footage was filmed by an airport security guard who was filming a security incident at the Wuhans airport, according to the news report.
The guard has been identified as Wang Yu, a 34-year-old who has been employed by a Chinese airline since 2012.
The security guard was identified as Zhang Zheng from Guangzhou.
A police source told the AP that the airport security officer was not detained and had told his colleagues what happened and they had been alerted.
Authorities have not said what caused the man to open fire on the security officers.
“It is possible he acted alone.
But we do not have any evidence that this is a random act,” the police source said.”
There is a possibility he was provoked and was angry that the security were harassing him,” the source added.”
Wuhan is an extremely conservative city, so it is hard to predict whether this incident will lead to riots.
It will depend on the situation in the country and whether the Chinese government can intervene,” a security source told Reuters.
Police have arrested seven people, including a security officer, and are investigating the incident.
The AP has reached out to the airport and Wuhuan police departments for comment.