Beauty and the Beasts - Chapter 1542 - Barging Through the Train Station

Chapter 1542 - Barging Through the Train Station

Chapter 1542: Barging Through the Train Station

Translator: Atlas Studios Editor: Atlas Studios

w.a.n.g Xiaolei’s expression became distorted in that instant, and he clenched his fists tightly.

w.a.n.g Xiaolei didn’t expect Parker to suddenly look toward him. Before he could restrain his distorted expression, Parker had already seen it.

At this time, many people had crowded around Parker, asking him how he was.

“It’s good that you’re fine. It was too dangerous earlier,” a young lady said, her eyes emitting hearts.

Parker pushed away from the people and walked out, throwing a smug glance at w.a.n.g Xiaolei while pulling in all the wires tied at his waist. He put the ends of the wires to his nose and took a whiff, then wore an expression as if he understood everything.

w.a.n.g Xiaolei s.h.i.+vered when Parker looked at him. He put up a strong front and glared back before turning and quickly walking into the darkness.

“Are you alright? Do you want to rest for a day and continue the shoot tomorrow?” The direction walked over and asked.

Parker waved his hand. “It’s fine, let’s continue.”

Parker continued to film his last few scenes in Hengdian. Things went on smoothly, and everything was completed that night.

Parker changed back into his own clothes, preparing to head home.

He had just left the hotel room when he ran into Xu Qiyang.

“Where are you going? I couldn’t find you anywhere. I’ve been in the area this whole time, why didn’t I see you going in?” Xu Qiyang asked, finding it strange.

Carrying his luggage, Parker walked quickly toward the elevator, saying half-heartedly, “I walk fast.”

“Is that so?” Xu Qiyang caught up to him and blocked the way to the elevator’s door, saying anxiously, “Hold on, I’ll go back with you. I’m already done packing up. Wait for me to go get my stuff.”

Parker turned his head away impatiently, not replying.

Helpless, Xu Qiyang instructed, “Wait for me. I’m really scared that you’ll lose your way. It’d all be on me then.”

After saying that, Xu Qiyang ran back to his room, took his luggage, then came out.

Thankfully, Parker was still at the elevator.

As it was a long journey and Xu Qiyang hadn’t driven, he took a taxi back with Parker to the train station.

The last train home was setting off in another five minutes. The ticket inspection was stopped and the ticket seller advised Parker not to buy it.

Xu Qiyang said, “Forget it. Let’s stay nearby for a night and then take the plane home tomorrow.”

Parker blamed Xu Qiyang and didn’t talk to him. He said to the ticket seller with a forceful att.i.tude, “Just give me the ticket. It’ll be on me if I can’t make it.”

If it wasn’t for Xu Qiyang, he’d have run back by himself long ago. He wouldn’t need to be held back here.

“Alright, then.” The ticket seller gave him a ticket.

Xu Qiyang had no choice but to buy a ticket too, taking the risk with Parker.

However, they were still too late. At the ticket inspection gate, the staff member told Parker that the ticket inspection had stopped and they weren’t allowed entry.

Parker was so anxious that he spun on the spot twice, pus.h.i.+ng the ticket close to the ticket inspector’s face. “Look! I have a ticket!”

After saying that, while the ticket inspector backed off to avoid him, he put one palm over the railing, then leaped over with his long legs. He disappeared out of sight in just one to two seconds.

“Hey, Parker!” Xu Qiyang was stunned as he looked at the empty s.p.a.ce in front of him.

The ticket inspector was stunned as well. In the end, his lips twitched and he said, “Can he do anything he wants just because he’s a celebrity?”

Parker had no idea which train was the one that would bring him home. He somehow managed to recognize the name of the city Qingqing was in—a moving train had those two words written on it.

Parker immediately gave chase. The train had just started and was moving very slowly. He quickly caught up to its tail, then jumped up to the roof before heaving a sigh of relief.

“I hope I didn’t take the wrong train.” Parker looked at the foggy night sky and went into a daze on the top of the train.

This train was the one headed to his home.. At around three in the morning, Parker jumped off the train onto a bridge near his home, then made a trip back to the villa first.