Nutcase closed as Korean Air vice-president jailed for roasting steward over the way he served up his nuts

Nutcase closed as Korean Air vice-president jailed for roasting steward over the way he served up his nuts
By Euronews
Share this articleComments
Share this articleClose Button

A South Korean court has sentenced the daughter of the chairman of Korean Air to a one year jail term for breaking aviation law. The nuts and the

ADVERTISEMENT

A South Korean court has sentenced the daughter of the chairman of Korean Air to a one year jail term for breaking aviation law.

The nuts and the bolts of the case are as follows, on a flight from New York to Seoul Heather Cho took exception to the steward’s nuts, to be precise the way he served them.

Madame Cho likes her nuts in a bowl, not in a bag and in a salty exchange she gave the steward a roasting and demanded the aircraft return to the gate to offload offending crew member.

Cho also took a swipe at another member of the cabin crew with a service manual.

She has since publically apologised for her nutty outburst and resigned her post as vice-president of the airline.

The nutcase is now closed.

Share this articleComments

You might also like

"Nut rage" sisters step down from Korean Air

European scouts to flee South Korean world jamboree ahead of typhoon

Northern Ireland judge rules that Troubles amnesty law breaches human rights