When a foreign tourist goes missing, locals have been searching for him or her for years.
But there’s no guarantee that a Chinese national will ever be found.
In the past, the search has been conducted by Chinese authorities, but the practice has been a source of tension and frustration among the Chinese community in the U.S.
The latest case involves a Chinese man who was allegedly caught eating a peach from a tourist attraction in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
The Harrisburg Police Department said in a statement that the man was arrested on June 1.
According to the department, the man told police that he had been eating at a nearby restaurant when he noticed that his hand was covered in peaches.
He then went to the restaurant to ask for the peach and was shocked when he was told that it was the wrong one.
The man said that he ate the peach while in the restaurant and asked to buy a different one at a local store.
He said that the store employee, who was unfamiliar with the fruit, told him that it is not allowed.
The local resident who owns the restaurant told CNN that he was outraged at the man’s actions and that he would contact the authorities to demand an apology.
The woman who owned the restaurant was so angry that she wrote on the restaurant’s Facebook page that she was going to take legal action against the man, according to local media.