South Korea: Two live bullets found in Korean Air plane about to take off, passengers evacuated
Two live bullets were found on a South Korean flight before it took off. The aircraft was evacuated as a precaution. After checking the aircraft was dispatched. Police are probing it.
There was a stir at Incheon International Airport in South Korea when two live bullets were found in a flight. There was an atmosphere of chaos after getting a live bullet. Airline officials immediately evacuated the flight. It is being told that there were 230 people on board the plane at that time.
Passenger gets two bullets
According to the information, the jet of Korean Airlines Company Limited was scheduled to fly to Manila at 7:45 am from Incheon Airport on Friday morning. Bullets of 9 mm size were found on a passenger sitting in the plane. After receiving the bullets, the aircraft was sent back to the terminal. The authorities evacuated the aircraft. There were 218 passengers on board the aircraft. After checking the aircraft was dispatched at 11 am.
Police engaged in investigation
A police officer said that we are investigating how the bullets were found in the plane. Meanwhile, a Korean Air official said the company was waiting for the outcome of the police investigation.
Strict gun laws in South Korea
Be aware that South Korea has strict gun laws. Unlawful possession of a firearm can result in up to 15 years in prison and a fine of up to $75,300.