VIDEO: SCARE IN THE SKY: Passenger opens emergency exit door during plane flight

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A passenger was arrested as soon as his Asiana Airlines flight touched down safely in the South Korean city of Daegu Friday, despite him cracking open an emergency cabin door just minutes before the Airbus A321 landed.

Some people aboard the aircraft tried to stop him, but he managed to partially open the door, South Korea’s Transport Ministry said.

The person was detained by airport police on suspicion of violating aviation security laws, a ministry statement said. The person’s identity and motive weren’t immediately released, but local media said he was a large man who appeared to be in his 30s.

According  to the Transportation Ministry, 12 passengers were taken to a nearby hospital after suffering from breathing problems and other minor symptoms.

Author Tansu YEĞEN tweeted Friday, “A passenger on an Asiana Airlines flight in South Korea opened the door of the plane during the flight, claiming that he was overwhelmed. The passenger was arrested…”


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  1. Overwhelmed. Haha should have helped him off the plane at that moment. Let him be overwhelmed all the way to the ground


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