Father of 'nut rage' executive testifies in Seoul court
Korean Air Chief Executive Cho Yang-ho has appeared in court in Seoul to testify at the trial of his daughter.
Cho Hyun-ah, a former vice president of Korean Air, is charged with violating aviation safety following a "nut rage" incident.
She flew into a rage when macadamia nuts were served to her in a bag and not on a plate on a Seoul-bound flight from New York on 5 December.
Ms Cho ordered her plane, that was taxiing, to return to the gate and offload the chief steward.
She could face up to 10 years in jail.
Steve Evans reports.
30 Jan 2015
- From the section Asia