North Korea Sends 260 Balloons Filled With Faecal Matter to South Korea | Aviation

Between May 28 and 29 over 260 balloons filled with faecal matter and other waste were launched form North Korea (Photo created by Wonwoo Choi with images from Yonhap, Reuters, and ROK Joint Chiefs of Staff)

Over 260 North Korean balloons filled with faeces and various waste were sent over the border all over South Korea.

In a bizarre and provocative move, North Korea sent over 260 balloons across the border to South Korea with various waste material including faeces.

On May 28, 2024, around 11pm local time, the Republic of Korean Air Force and Army radars detected balloons launched from North Korea crossing the border. Initially assumed to be propaganda leaflets, the Republic of Korea Army and Air Force decided not to shoot down the balloons during transit. While balloons with leaflets (or intelligence gathering gear….) are a common occurrence, such widespread deployment along with the usage of waste marked a new set of provocations from North Korea.

As of May 29, 2024, the South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff have confirmed roughly 260 balloons filled with faeces, manure, electric wires, Chinese batteries, and other household waste have landed all across the Korean peninsula. The balloons were discovered in various regions spanning from the border areas near the Demilitarized Zone to Seoul, and as far as the southern provinces.

Locations that reported North Korean…

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