Barred from entering PH, Korean kills self at NAIA
MANILA — The body of a Korean national, who allegedly hanged himself, was found Thursday night at an exclusion room of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA).
An San Kwan, 50, who was a passenger of a Cebu Pacific flight from Taipei, was barred by immigration officials from entering the country and was temporarily staying at the exclusion room of the NAIA Terminal 3.
According to a report from the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA), the Korean national’s body was found at around7:30 p.m., Thursday, by a janitress inside a toilet cubicle at the exclusion room.
MIAA airport police department personnel said that when found, the body was seated on the floor, a bag strap wound around his neck with the other end tied to a door hook.
The Philippine National Police’s Scene of the Crime Office was called in to process the site.
MIAA general manager Ed Monreal and NAIA Terminal 3 manager Ric Medalla proceeded to the site to oversee the investigation. SFM
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