In 2015, a BMW SUV went speeding through a market and hit a 2-year-old little girl. The girl's grandmother screamed in horror, telling the driver to stop because she hit a child. The BMW’s driver hesitated, then switched into reverse and backed up over the girl. The woman at the wheel drove forward once more, crushing the girl for a third time.The driver immediately offered the victim's family a bribe: “Don’t say that I was driving the car,” she said. “Say it was my husband. We can give you money.” As absurd as it sounds, in China, drivers who have injured pedestrians will sometimes then try to kill them.According to the New York Times, these cases, called double hits, are nothing new. In Taiwan, if you injure a man, you pay for the injured person’s care for a lifetime. But if you kill the person, you only have to pay once, like a burial fee. This is not uncommon, says Slate.