Last month, near Suyu Station on Seoul Subway Line 4, a woman in her 20s assaulted a civil servant in her 70s who was cracking down on smoking.
As the video spread, criticism poured in. Recently, this woman assaulted another person, and another arrest warrant was applied for.
Reporter Park Se-won reported.
A woman wearing a black hat grabbed a man by the neck on the road and
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shoves her head with her hands and slaps her in the face and cheek.
[Victim: Give me one call.
The man falls backwards as he kicks her leg, and the assault lasts about ten minutes.
At around 8:30 pm on the 19th, a woman A in her 20s assaulted a man B in her 40s on a road in Beon-dong, Gangbuk-gu, Seoul and was arrested by the police.
It is the intersection of Gangbuk-gu Office, about 200m away from Suyu Station.
A woman was walking on the road, kicking a passing vehicle and assaulting a victim who tried to block it.
[Eyewitness: I thought it was a man, but later I heard the voice, and when I heard the voice, it was a woman kicking and just holding on to the man?]
Earlier, on the 27th of last month, Mr. A assaulted Mr. C, a 70-year-old civil servant who was conducting a smoking control near Suyu Station on Subway Line 4. was brought in
At that time, Mr. A kept hitting and kicking himself when Mr. C tried to crack down on him smoking in a non-smoking area, and a video taken by a nearby citizen was shared around the online community, causing outrage.
During the investigation of this case, the arrest warrant requested for Mr. A was dismissed, but he committed another assault after a month.
The police applied for an arrest warrant again, saying, "There is a high risk of recidivism."
The police are also investigating the allegation that Mr. A damaged Mr. B's vehicle.
(Video coverage: Cho Chang-hyun, video editing: Nam Il)