Amidst a series of riots with deadly weapons across스포츠토토 the country, baskets containing self-defense sprays appeared at the Hongik University Station on Seoul Subway Line 2.
On the 4th, at the exit of Hongik University Station, a basket full of self-defense sprays was placed with a message saying, “I will leave it so that you can take your own self-defense spray with the hope that it will be of little help.”
On the notice attached to the basket, there was also a note saying, “Please use it only in dangerous moments” and “Please take only one per person.” As more and more people are looking for self-defense items due to a series of recent knife riots and notices, it seems that an anonymous citizen left the self-defense items at a crowded subway station.
Online, netizens posted that they brought the spray directly from Hongik University Station. According to reviews, the number of these sprays has decreased rapidly.
Netizens responded, “If it’s a real self-defense spray, you’re a very kind person” and “It feels like you made each empty bottle yourself, so it warms your heart.”
However, some expressed an opinion that the use should be refrained from as it is an item of unknown origin. They responded, “You shouldn’t take anything you don’t know what you heard,” and “Did you forget the drug case in Daechi-dong? You should never take it.”
On the 21st of last month, 1 person died and 3 people were injured in the ‘don’t ask me knife’ incident in broad daylight in Sillim-dong, Gwanak-gu, Seoul.
Mr. Choi, a suspect in the ‘Bundang weapon riot’, was arrested on the 5th. Previously, the police applied for charges such as attempted murder to Mr. Choi and applied for an arrest warrant at 9:00 pm the previous day, and the prosecution also requested an arrest warrant from the court about 3 hours later.