A line-cutting fracas that broke a window and injured four is reportedly “resolved amicably”
It turns out that the clearest account yet of the incident Saturday — described by some observers as a “riot” — that left blood and broken glass outside Apple’s (AAPL) flagship store on Beijing’s Sandilun Road was published Monday in the People’s Daily, the official organ of the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party:
Apple and the injured parties have reached an agreement, according to a senior public security official who did not elaborate on the nature of that agreement.
There was no mention of the metal rod or club some claimed the unidentified foreigner was wielding.
Below: YouTube video from a Chinese-language news report on the incident.