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Onetwo′s Song Ho Bum Being Investigated for Fighting with a Passerby

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2012.10.09 15:30 Mwave Kim, JiYeon | Park, HyunMin Translation Credit : Erika Kim

Onetwo′s Song Ho Bum has been questioned for fistfighting with a passerby.

Onetwo′s Song Ho Bum Being Investigated for Fighting with a Passerby

While returning home with his wife Baek Seung Hye after finishing work on his shopping mall on the morning of October 9, he fought with a passerby after quarrelling with him on the street. According to Song Ho Bum, the man looked his wife up and down, so he asked him why he was looking at his wife that way. The talk led to a quarrel and ultimately blew up into a fistfight.

Song Ho Bum said in a phone call with enews, "I′m currently being questioned by the police. I′m planning to sue [the man] for sexually harassing my wife."

He added, "The detectives at the Jungbu Police Station won′t let my wife enter the room. The reason I came to fight with the man is because of sexual harrassment regarding my wife but I think they′re trying to make me the assailant. Using violence was the wrong thing to do, but sexual harrassment is also wrong. I want a fair investigation."

The Jungbu Police Station has been treading carefully on the matter, saying "the investigation has just started."

One official from the team in charge of the case told enews, "We can′t say anything at this point. It is true he′s at the police agency regarding his attack, but nothing specific has happened."

When asked about the sexual harrassment charges, the official said, "We can′t talk because the investigation is still underway. I believe we′ll only be able to know whether the claims are true or not after we get through the investigation."

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