Wu Song, also known as Wu the Second, is one of the well-known fictional characters in Water Margin, one of the Four Great Classical Novels in Chinese literature. The 14th of the 108 heroes of Mount Liang, he was known for his extraordinary martial arts skills and his fondness for drink.
While passing through a small village in Yanggu County, he saw a sign outside the local tavern: “After Three Bowls, Do Not Cross the Ridge.” Wu Song was skeptical. He drank 15 bowls of wine before heading into the forest. The bar owner did everything to stop him, warning him that a ferocious tiger was on the loose. But his pleas were in vain.
Wu Song was drunk and stumbled his way through the forest. Tired, he took a break and lay down to take a nap. He barely fell asleep and was awakened by the roar of the tiger above him.
This instantly sobered him up. The fighting expert emerged from within: he attacked the tiger and killed it with his bare hands. News of his heroic deed spread, and Wu Song received a high government position in Yanggu County.
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