Heiress of Korean Air, Cho Hyun Ah, may face arrest for "nut rage"
Apparently, it is against the law to force an airline to change course if you are a passenger. Following her "nut rage" incident last week, the former Vice President of Korean Air, Cho Hyun Ah, faces possible arrest and a summons for questioning on Wednesday. She violated aviation regulations by forcing the airplane to change course after her altercation with a junior flight attendant. Prosecutors have already interviewed the cabin crew and passengers about the argument.
The police want to get to the bottom of the ordeal by interrogating her and everyone working that day directly. They searched Korean Air's offices; however, they are suspicious that staff members may destroy evidence. Cho has denied physically assaulting the flight attendant, but the cabin crew stated otherwise. Police are looking to eliminate any evidence tampering.
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Last week, the heiress quit her job as Vice President of Korean Air after the media reported about her forcing the head flight attendant off a plane at JFK airport. She was enraged with a junior attendant serving her macadamia nuts in a bag rather than on a plate in first class.
What do you think? Is the whole incident being blown out of proportion?
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