Quick Transmigration Cannon Fodder's Record of Counterattacks-Chapter 2721: A Wicked but Damn Irresistible Smile

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Chapter 2721: A Wicked but Damn Irresistible Smile

After a long period of observation, Cheng Fei was eventually declared mentally ill.

The doctors usually observed Cheng Fei’s solo performance in the ward through the surveillance camera. Cheng Fei was always either squatting on the floor for a long time, mumbling to himself, or going on a rampage.

He basically never acted sane at all.

Ning Shu rolled her eyes at this. She’d believe that Cheng Fei was really insane once he ate feces like it was a chocolate eclair.

Cheng Fei had no other family members but his wife. However, he attempted to turn his only living family member into amber. That was why he was now forced into a mental asylum by the government.

Ning Shu watched as Cheng Fei was led to the car bound for the mental asylum.

Cheng Fei tilted his head to look at Ning Shu, who was standing not far away from him. The corners of his lips lifted in a smile.

… what a wicked but damn irresistible smile.

He must really be having a lot of fun messing with people, huh?

Ning Shu smiled slightly. She walked over, then reached out and patted Cheng Fei’s back. “Behave and stay in the asylum, okay? I’ll go visit you.”

Cheng Fei’s brows furrowed slightly as if Ning Shu’s pat had hurt him.

Then, he said, “Alright. I’ll be waiting for you.”

As Cheng Fei was escorted into the car, he looked back again to smile at Ning Shu.

Ning Shu waved her hand and said, “I’ll definitely visit you.”

Cheng Fei gazed at her through the car window and waved at her.

Separation was always a sad occasion.

Cheng Fei, please stay in the asylum for the rest of your life!

Ning Shu then went through the formalities and went to the mental asylum to see Cheng Fei. She brought a pot of chicken soup with her.

Before she left, Mother Ai had stuffed an electric taser into Ning Shu’s bag.

She wanted Ning Shu to be careful.

A mental asylum was a dangerous place.

Ning Shu nodded. She carried the thermos with her to the asylum.

The asylum in which Cheng Fei was kept was a state-owned one. The high walls isolated the ones inside from the outside world.

The power grids that covered its surroundings made it look like a prison.

Well, it was pretty much a prison.

Ning Shu filled out the forms and was then taken to the ward by a nurse.

The corridors of the psychiatric hospital were full of patients in hospital gowns. One was singing an opera aria loudly, “Mine empire is lost!.”

There was another one who thought that he was a dog, and crawled on the ground and barked.

These people were either dazed or acting crazy.

Staying with these people could get you sick even if you actually weren’t.

A person suddenly stretched out his hand and grabbed Ning Shu. “You witch who brings harm to the world! This Taoist shall defeat you for the good of the world!”

Ning Shu: …

There were so many varieties of mad people here, weren’t there?

The nurse who led the way for Ning Shu just watched this scene indifferently, never even thinking of helping Ning Shu.

Ning Shu shook off the patient who was holding her. She did so with great strength, and immediately sent the patient staggering a couple of steps back.

“Ah! This witch is too powerful. This Taoist must first go get a talisman.” The patient then ran away with his tail between his legs.

Still with an indifferent face, the nurse led Ning Shu to a door, and said, “Cheng Fei is inside.”

Ning Shu handed a bag of fruit to the nurse. There was a red envelope tucked inside. “These fruits are for you. I want to talk to Cheng Fei for a bit.”

The nurse’s expression became a bit better. She took the fruit bag from Ning Shu, then reached in and took out the red envelope. She tucked it inside the pocket of her uniform.

“You’d better hurry up. You have half an hour at most,” the nurse said.

Ning Shu walked in. The nurse closed the door behind her.

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