Three teenage children of U.S. forces in South Korea have been arrested for assaulting Koreans, including a 50-something taxi driver, while drunk, police said Sunday.
One victim was reportedly assaulted because he did not know the location of a nearby nightclub, according to Mapo Police Station.
The alleged incident happened at 2 a.m. of May 23 near Sogang University in Mapo, northwestern Seoul.
According to police, the teenagers picked a fight with two adult Koreans after they bumped shoulders accidently. The teenagers were then involved in a fight with a Korean man near Hongik University at around 3 a.m. after he failed to answer their question about the nightclub. A taxi driver who tried to intervene was also assaulted.
One victim had his nose broken and his teeth loosened, according to police.
Only one of the three teenagers admitted doing anything wrong.
Police have banned the three from leaving the country and are checking footage from surveillance cameras.
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