Passenger opens plane door during flight in South Korea
A man, who was arrested for allegedly opening the doors mid-flight, has since explained his actions as feeling "suffocated" on the plane.
During a flight to Daegu International Airport, South Korea, the 33-year-old man reportedly swung open the plane doors, forcing items to blow around the cabin.
Luckily, passengers on board the Asiana Airlines Airbus A321 remained seated, though the terrifying incident left children "shaking, crying and frightened".
One passenger told South Korea’s Yonhap News Agency: "Those sitting near the exit must have been shocked the most."
Another described the panic on board, explaining to Yonhap: "It was chaos with people close to the door appearing to faint one by one and flight attendants calling out for doctors on board through broadcasting.
"I thought the plane was blowing up. I thought I was going to die like this," he added.