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Comedian to Be Questioned Over Bar Brawl

2010/01/21 | 531 views |  | Permalink | Source

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Police in Incheon are questioning comedian-turned-TV host Lee Hyeok-jae over a scuffle that took place last Wednesday at a bar in Incheon.

According to the investigators, Lee and his friends beat up bar staff when hostesses refused to hang out with them after their shift. Among Lee's friends was a local gangster, the police said.

Lee has reportedly admitted to most of the allegations saying he was intoxicated and that he didn't remember most of the incident. But he has reportedly said that he slapped several bar workers because he was "angry" and that he was "out of control".

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