Recently, a soldier went AWOL(absent from where one should be but without intent to desert) to watch a new blockbuster movie. This man is setting some new 'fan goals' out there.
As of late, in a hilariously bizarre turn of events, a soldier in the South Korean military went missing to catch a screening of Avengers: Endgame. WowTV reports that one trooper with the Republic of Korea Air Force 20th Fighter Wing neglected to regard the call to amass and was rather found in a cinema hall viewing the conclusion of the MCU's first phase.
As per the twentieth Fighter Wing of the Air Force in Seosan, Chungcheong Province, the soldiers of the unit went to the town of Haejimae on the 30th of last month for voluntary service. At eight o'clock in the morning, a group of soldiers left the unit.
However, just thirty - five of them showed up in the service activity following 30 minutes. The Nolan Wing squad, who trusted that the missing soldier was out of his military service, organized a military police force and set them out to examine the soldier's activities.
The fanboy who prioritized making himself spoiler-proof over his own nation was found by military police after they questioned a taxi driver who eventually confessed to dropping off an officer at a cinema hall. After a few inquiries, the cab driver stated, "I gave a soldier down to the movie theater in the city."
Consequently, a cop was immediately deployed to the cinema hall and affirmed that the soldier was indeed watching Avengers: End Game. Furthermore, he waited for the film to finish before capturing the solider being referred to and returning to the unit.
The solider-in-question is accounted for to have told the cop who arrested him that 'I wanted to see the Avengers movie so I ran away from the site while we were standing by,' as indicated by a translation shared by Kotaku.
The South Korean military is carefully examining the occurrence, which stood out as truly newsworthy across the globe. They said that they are attempting to prevent circumstances like this from occurring later on. All things considered, it ought to be simple since the Avengers saga is now finally over.
"Although we went out of the unit to support the people, we have to go through the investigation of the military police because we have left the scene without permission. We will strengthen our education so that the soldiers who are going to support the people in the future can concentrate on their missions," a spokesperson shared.