This morning, around 8:55, I passed by a restaurant which was being razed by a pscho-woman. She was an angry drunk, about 28 years of age. She was overturning tables and smashing everything she could get her hands on. She was also intimidating the waitresses and other staff members. I did my best to keep her from doing any more damage -- but I was only slightly successful. Once she came out of the restaurant I blocked the door with my arm while avoiding her wild swings. It's strange. In South Korea when something like this happens a crowd appears and just looks on as if it's a movie set. I had to cajole a man in his mid-20's to assist me. About 20 people were just gawking. The police finally came about 9:30. I told them to cuff her. But they ignored me. The woman just went back in the place and caused more damage. The cops only tried to talk with her at first. After a lot more broken glass they finally cuffed her. But she put up quite a fight anyway by kicking both propery and people. It should be on an episode of Cops. The police took my name and number. But the restaurant staff explained that I was helpful. The late-arriving owner thanked me and gave me a low bow. It's kind of risky for a foreigner to intercede in these kinds of altercations. White guys like myself have tried to help women who were being publicly battered by men --- only to be on the receiving end of an attack by both parties. And then police could arrest the foreigner for assault. Just another report from the land of morning calm.