Busan Sasang Police Station said Wednesday it apprehended the driver, identified as Kim, on charges of destroying factory property.
According to police, Kim arrived at the factory’s front gate at 6:10 p.m. Tuesday and asked the factory’s janitor to call the firm’s product quality manger. When the request was denied, he rammed his car into the front gate of the plant. During questioning, he said his four-year-old daughter fell sick after eating impurities found in instance noodles produced at the factory.
“This wouldn’t have happened if the firm’s manager had apologized,” he said, asking police and the Korea Food and Drug Administration to investigate the alleged contamination. – ktimes
Seems like a reasonable response … depending on what they mean by impurities. A few rocks probably wouldn’t rate a gate smashing, but there are others that certainly would.