This is the moment a group of hungry Chinese tourists swarmed a fruit buffet, stripping it bare within seconds.
The impatient holidaymakers were filmed eagerly waiting for a platter to be placed on a poolside table in Vietnam - before jostling each other in a frenzy to get a portion of the fruit.
The event follows a video that surfaced days ago of Chinese tourists frantically using plates as shovels to gather food at a hotel buffet in Thailand.
The clip begins with a clearly irritated server attempting to put the lychees on the buffet for the gathered crowd.
The hungry group can be seen eagerly stretching out their hands for the fruit, as the waitress battles to prepare the dish.
Finally she manages to place it on the table before retreating for cover as the buffet stampede commences.
In a matter of seconds, the plate is stripped bare, as the masses jostle and grab at the lychees.
The 27-second video recorded at the poolside bar of a hotel and shows more than a dozen Chinese tourists fighting for a portion of the small, rounded fruit.
It is unsure when the clip was recorded but it is believed to have occurred in Vietnam.
Samsung the future, a secret lab, South Korea, 9 minutes ago
You guys were traveling in group, it's not fair that some ate more of these than the others!!!! You paid money for this trip you expected to learn and enjoy, so a happy ending to the trip is very important!
Benny, London, 4 hours ago
Chinese tourists really have a bad reputation for this kind of behavior. These hotel owners thought our sunburnt lager louts were bad, but wait till Chinese tourists turn up who think nothing of taking a dump in the elevator.
Pepperbeat, Perth, Australia, 5 hours ago
Some restaurants that serves buffets charged by the number of grams for leftover food that the patrons cannot finished. A reminder that they must not take more than they can eat. However, these were tourists. It's a different scenario. Their meals were prepaid in a package deal. Perhaps their mentality were 'eat all you can' after all it has been paid for.