A man in his 30s has been detained after allegedly forcing open the emergency door of an aircraft landing at Daegu Airport.
The man said he felt “sorry for the children.” Pang Jae-yong is a reporter.
A man gets out of a police convoy.
He is bombarded with questions from reporters as he pushes down his hat.
“(Did you plan ahead and open the emergency door?) No. (Did you expect other passengers to be harmed by opening the door?)….”
When asked about the passengers, he opens his mouth to speak.
“(Passengers were in danger, just one word) I am so sorry for the children.”
This is the appearance of Mr. Imo, a man in his 30s who forcibly opened the emergency door of a plane landing at Daegu Airport on the afternoon of the 26th, during his pretrial interrogation.
The court began questioning him at around 2:30 p.m. on the 28th, and issued an arrest warrant just over an hour later.
Initially, a decision on Lee’s detention was expected by late afternoon, but the court reportedly issued the warrant quickly, citing the gravity of the case and the risk of escape먹튀검증.
Lee is accused of opening the emergency exit door of an Asiana flight from Jeju Airport, which was landing at Daegu Airport, at a height of about 213 meters on the afternoon of April 26.
As a result of the incident, nine of the 194 people on board the plane complained of nausea and vomiting and were treated at a hospital.
They were eight athletes and one coach who were traveling to the National Youth Games in Ulsan.
Police plan to continue their investigation against Lee, airline staff, and others.