A Malaysian mother has gone viral on social media for dousing her son with disinfectant after arriving at an airport amid fears of the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
The moment was captured at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport and posted online by Facebook user Qi En on Monday, according to AsiaOne.
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A Filipina passenger decided to wear at least 10 pieces of clothing just to avoid paying for extra baggage on a flight.
Gel Rodriguez’s carry-on luggage reportedly exceeded the maximum weight of 15 pounds and was told by airline staff at the check-in counter to pay the excess baggage fee.
Travelers hoping to leave Hong Kong remained stuck in the city as departure flights were canceled for a second consecutive day amid escalating protests against the government.
From early Tuesday, demonstrators occupied the terminal building of Hong Kong International Airport, blocking passengers attempting to advance from the departure level to immigration checkpoints.
A family of six from Angola has been stuck at the Incheon International Airport for six months while seeking refuge in South Korea over fears of persecution in their home country.
The Lulendo family, now relying on strangers to survive, fled from their home after a series of events that ultimately made them fear for their lives.
A plane passenger in China is being condemned online after being caught on video demanding an airport employee to kneel and apologize for his delayed flight due to adverse weather conditions.
The incident took place at the Zhengzhou Xinzheng International Airport in Henan, central China on Saturday, according to The Paper.
A Cathay Pacific ad featuring two men holding hands on a beach was banned from being displayed in Hong Kong’s airport and mass transit.
Hong Kong’s Airport Authority and Mass Transit Railway (MTR) initially refused the poster showing the same-sex couple next to the slogan “move beyond labels” due to the “LGBT content,” according to the South China Morning Post.
A fugitive from the Philippines caused a stir on social media with a Facebook post detailing how he allegedly evaded airport authorities to sneak out of the country.
Christian “Xian” Gaza, who made local headlines two years ago with a stunt (asking an actress for a date using a billboard), has sparked controversy anew for claiming he has successfully duped immigration officials last year.
A video of K-Pop star Park Woo Jin trying to escape overly-obsessive fans known as sasaengs has sparked netizens’ concerns for the former Wanna One member’s safety.
Woo Jin recently made his return to South Korea following his appearance on the Thailand edition of SBS variety show, “Laws of the Jungle.”
Hong Kong-Canadian actor Edison Chen lost his cool at a “fan” who got too close for comfort at the airport.
The incident occurred over the weekend when the 38-year-old actor returned to Hong Kong from a trip with model girlfriend Qin Shupei.
A Chinese American man was arrested for throwing his wife off a stairway at an airport in Taiwan, and witnesses reportedly overheard him yelling for Trump to save him.
The incident happened on March 18 at around 12:30 a.m. when the husband, only identified as Wan, threw his Taiwanese-Canadian wife, surnamed Chang, off of the fourth-floor staircase in the Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport, according to Liberty Times Net as translated by Taiwan News.
A disgruntled Chinese traveler was demerited on his “social credit” standing after he was recently caught on camera slapping an airport worker in the face with his iPhone.
Identified only by his surname Wu, the man was reportedly upset that his flight at the Qingdao airport had been cancelled the day before due to unsafe weather conditions.