2PM Nichkhun’s DUI incident has been escalating since it happened on July 24, and now eyewitnesses are recalling what they saw at the scene of the accident.
On July 26, enews aired an interview with one witness, who said once Nichkhun saw the motorcyclist on the ground, Nichkhun fell on his knees and sat in a praying position.
“He didn’t seem to know what to do. He seemed so shocked and the color in his face was drained out,” said the witness.
Also on the rumor that Nichkhun drank a beverage to lower his alcohol level, the witness said that Nichkhun did go to a convenience store and bought a drink, but the police saw and quickly measured his blood alcohol content. Nichkhun then confessed to the police firsthand that he did drink some alcohol.
About the motorcyclist on the ground, the witness said the motorcyclist was a bit questionable, as he began to get up after falling down, but upon seeing Nichkhun’s face, he quickly lied back down on the ground, moaning in pain.
Enews spoke with the Ko Seung Hee, the reporter who gave the initial report and she said, “Although it is Nichkhun’s fault for drinking and driving, it is yet unknown who did right or wrong concerning the traffic accident. That is why the motorcyclist, who got in an accident with Nichkhun, shouldn’t be called a victim just yet.”
More verification in the investigation is needed before anything becomes final.
Watch enews’ report below.
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