Passengers throw coins into the engine of the plane and pray is awarded 120000 yuan as compensation

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 Passengers throw coins into the engine of the plane and pray is awarded 120000 yuan as compensation


Toss coins at the plane for a while, the result may be two lines of tears. According to reports, Liu Qiang, a passenger, threw two coins in the direction of the planes fuselage during the boarding process, which led to the cancellation of the flight. Therefore, Liu Qiang was detained by the police for 10 days. Later, the airline sued Liu Qiang to the court for compensation of more than 120000 yuan, which was finally supported by the court.

A coin toss for blessing requires a compensation of 120000 yuan. The difference between the frivolity of the act and the heaviness of the price inevitably makes the parties feel depressed. However, such compensation is not inappropriate compared with the impact on the aircraft and other passengers.

In the past two years, coin throwing incidents happened frequently: on the afternoon of June 27, 2017, an octogenarian woman threw coins into the engine of the aircraft to pray for the delay of the aircraft; in February 2019, a 28 year old man, Lu Mou, was at Tianzhushan airport in Anqing, throwing two 1-yuan coins in the direction of the engine of the aircraft during the boarding process, and finally fell to the ground of the airport apron

After each similar event, the harm of this action has been popularized again and again: putting coins into the aircraft engine may cause the collision between coins and the blades of the aircraft engine rotating at high speed, resulting in the engine surging, stalling and even stopping operation, with unimaginable consequences.

Even so, some things are still unexpected: first, it is not only the old people who have deep-rooted superstitions and may not use the Internet very much, but also many young and middle-aged people with good education. For example, in September 2019, Wang Mou, a 23-year-old female student who graduated from a medical university and was preparing for postgraduate entrance examination, dropped coins into the airport apron to avoid disasters and pray for blessings, and finally Wang Mou was fined 200 yuan. Its a pity that none of the stories are made up in this way.

Second, the lessons from the past are not the lessons for the future. Almost every coin tossing incident to the engine of an airplane will spread and cause hot discussion on the Internet, so that some airports have put up a slogan that its illegal to throw money into an airplane to pray for blessings, which is harmful to safety and blessings. Its reasonable to say that people should learn from the past and learn from the past. At present, its not uncommon for others to take a fall and learn from themselves.

Are these people isolating themselves from the modern information society, or are some beliefs so powerful that they can ignore the rules of the real society?

However, such bad habits should be restrained. And let the violator pay enough price is an important way of restriction. Only when the cost is matched with the negative effect can we learn from the past and wake up those who are asleep.

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Throwing coins into the engine of the aircraft has been suspected of violating the law on administrative penalties for public security. It is clearly stipulated that any act of disrupting the order of buses, trams, trains, ships, aircraft or other public transport means shall be responsible. Before that, the management department also adopted such disciplinary measures as education, warning, fine, detention and so on.

And the airlines prosecution, which makes the passengers concerned bear civil liability for compensation, undoubtedly adds a code to the legal cost of the act. The higher the cost, the stronger the psychological shock to some passengers. Instead of praying for blessings, they pray for disasters, which will make them more sober. So this is also a reminder to the relevant Airlines: those who can investigate civil liability according to law do not need to open up the Internet.

At the end of the day, 120, 000 yuan has been awarded for throwing money into airplanes, which is a warning: there are boundaries and costs between bad habits and superstitions. Ignoring the rules of reality and public interests, we can not only pray for blessings, but also for troubles and even disasters. Wake up.