Taiwanese politics continues to amuse. From Roland Soong's translation of a yahoo story:
Since the pan-blue camp had the numbers to pass the bill, the pan-green camp surrounded the president's dais and prevented a vote. This is standard behavior by now. At one point, PFP legislator Feng Ting-kuo (馮定國) attempted to submit a paper motion of some sort. The DPP legislator Wang Shu-hui (王淑慧) snatched the piece of paper and stuffed it into her mouth.
The PFP legislator Ke Shu-min (柯淑敏) got angry and grabbed Wang's hair. But Wang was able to break out of the scrum and returned to her phalanx. Wang then took the piece of paper out, stuffed it back into her mouth and dared the other side to do something.
And here she is:
Mind you, she's got form.
The first round of lawmaking mayhem climaxed when DPP Legislator Wang Shu-hui (王淑慧) started shoving Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) Legislator Kuo Su-chun (郭素春) after Kuo tore up Hsieh's report, strewing the pieces about.
Here's the movie.