A dozen plane passengers have suffered injuries in South Korea after another passenger opened an emergency exit door during a flight.
The passenger, whose identity has not yet been released, partially opened the door of the Asiana Airlines Airbus A321, causing air to blast inside the cabin.
Some other people on board tried to stop the passenger but he was still able to partially open the door, South Korea's transport ministry said.
After the plane landed safely, the person was detained by airport police on suspicion of violating aviation security law. According to the law, passengers are banned from handling exit doors and other equipment on board, with the ministry saying penalties can lead to 10 years in prison. Read more: Join the FREE Manchester Evening News WhatsApp community The flight, which normally takes around one hour, had 194 people on board and was heading to the south-eastern city of Daegu from the southern island of Jeju.Read more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk