The Korean American man asked the stewardess to drink wine and was refused to anger and smashed the engine room glass.

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 The Korean American man asked the stewardess to drink wine and was refused to anger and smashed the engine room glass.


Overseas Network, Nov. 9 (OOCN) -- Recently, a large airliner (KE012) from Los Angeles, USA to Incheon, Korea, performed a shocking scene at high altitude.

According to South Korean YTN TV, the plane is scheduled to arrive at Incheon Airport around 5 a.m. local time on the 7th.

The picture shows the air cargo aircraft of Da Hang. (South Korea YTN TV)

Surprisingly, just after the plane took off, 32-year-old Korean-American male passenger A suddenly started screaming and kept smashing his head.

When the conductor stepped forward to dissuade him, A temporarily recovered his calm. Subsequently, he not only began to talk to himself, but also began to knock on the cabin, and even angrily threatened the flight attendants, so that the passengers around him were scared.

The picture shows Korean air stewardess. (Korean media Heraldcorp)

And just when the liner was about to land, A picked up the tablet computer directly and smashed the engine room glass. It is reported that A asked the stewardess for a drink before the accident, but the stewardess thought he behaved strangely and refused to offer it.

Fortunately, the plane landed safely, and the male passengers in the riot, suspected of causing riots in the plane, were taken away by the airport police for investigation.

The picture shows the Inchon airport police. (Han Lianshe)

Police said that A did not detect drug or alcohol abuse, but because his mental condition is very unstable, so decided to inform their families to do an investigation. The Korean airline said it was considering pulling the riot passengers into the blacklist. Source: overseas web editor: Li Cong _B11284

Police said that A did not detect drug or alcohol abuse, but because his mental condition is very unstable, so decided to inform their families to do an investigation. The Korean airline said it was considering pulling the riot passengers into the blacklist.