A Korean male tourist encountered a crash when driving a paraglider in with a Swiss pilot in Chiang Mai, Thailand, ten seconds after taking off. The wind caused the failure and the pair crashed into the fence of the nearby football field, causing the tourist's penis and the pilot's leg to be broken. The police later found that the pilot was operating without a license.
The incident took place on 8th Oct morning when the Korean tourist first tried to drive a paraglider with an alleged Swiss pilot. However, 10 seconds after their take off, a sudden gust of wind blew the paraglider out of the original route, making it lose control and drop.
The crash to a fence of a football field, dushing to be deformed. The Swiss pilot had a broken leg, and the Korean tourist sitting on the passenger frame was hit hard, and his penis was found broken after being sent to the hospital.
According to the local police, the pilot had no business license and was illegally operating the paraglider business. He could be sentenced to a penalty of not more than 2 years or not more than 500,000 baht (about US$15,385). The pretending pilot may face allegations of incorrection of the paraglider, leading injury to others.