Tou’s agent told the publication that the actor had wanted to celebrate Chinese New Year, and had spoken in a loud voice as he was “excited”. The agent added that Tou had not molested the stewardess. Tou later recorded a clip of himself apologising and uploaded it online. In the 50-second video, he acknowledged that he “may have done some things that affected other people” while on the flight, and explained that he had simply been very happy as Chinese New Year was approaching. He said in Mandarin: “I may have had a little too much to drink. This really was unacceptable, I hope it won’t affect everybody’s mood for the new year. “I hereby apologise to those I have affected, I did not have any ill intention of harassing you all, I hope she can forgive me.” Apple Daily later reported that China Airlines confirmed a passenger was drunk on the flight, and that the captain had reported the situation to authorities in Singapore for security reasons. The police told The Straits Times on Sunday that they were alerted to a case of outrage of modesty at 6.57pm on Friday, which took place on board a flight bound for Singapore. They arrested a 56-year-old man in relation to the case when the plane landed. The police are investigating the incident.
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