It's been three months since I made sure to wear a mask on the bus and on the subway, but these people still continue. A man in his 50s who took off his mask on the bus and tried to beat others was arrested, and a man in his 60s who hit a taxi driver for asking for a mask was also applied for an arrest warrant. I don't remember being drunk to the police, and I said this again, but there is no excuse.

This is Jang Hoon-kyung.

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7 o'clock on the evening of last Sunday, a man in his 50s, undressed, boards a bus in Suwon, Gyeonggi Province.

She quarrels on a female passenger for staring and takes off her mask.

The bus driver came out and asked me to wear a mask, but he was violent and defeated for over 10 minutes, including assaulting and swearing at other passengers.

Police arrested the man for threatening safety on a running bus.

[Police officials: The whole country is raging with corona, but that happens in public transportation... I thought it was quite dangerous, even if it wasn't a direct hit.] A

man in the seat in front of the taxi punches the driver.

[Damaged taxi driver: I hit him when I got off, even when I got off.]

Last (25th) at about 10 pm, a man who took a taxi without a mask on a street in Ansan, Gyeonggi-do hit the driver's face several times.

[Police official: (knight) said,'Please wear a mask and board.' (Then the passenger) screamed why don't you wear a mask.] The

police applied for an arrest warrant for this man in his 60s.

In the three months since it was mandatory to wear public transport masks on May 26th, 349 people were reported in related cases, and assault and injury cases reached half.

(Video editing: Seung-hee Lee, screen provided: Southern Gyeonggi Provincial Police Agency)