By: Flor Wang and Wu Jui-chih
Taipei, June 27 (CNA) EVA Airways Corp. reported the Taoyuan Flight Attendants' Union to the policein the wake of an ongoing strike by flight attendants Thursday, accusing the union of refusing to return their passports.
Tsai Yi-i (蔡頤奕), a lawyer who represents EVA Air, filed a report at Nankan police station in Taoyuan, as the strike entered its eighth day.
Tsai said he is representing 32 flight attendants who want to return to work, adding that EVA Air informed the union Wednesday night, asking for the return of their passports, mainland China travel permits and EVA Air employee IDs.
As of 10 a.m., Thursday, the union had not returned the documents, forcing the airline to report the matter to the police, Tsai said. [FULL STORY]