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The dispute in Weilheim escalates: attackers even shake prams and babies

2020-09-20T09:50:15.650Z

A physical argument, in the course of which even a pram and baby were shaken, broke out on Saturday afternoon in Weilheim. Beatings were also given.



A physical argument, in the course of which even a pram and baby were shaken, broke out on Saturday afternoon in Weilheim.

Beatings were also given.

Weilheim

- According to the police report, a 35-year-old from Weilheim visited a fast-food restaurant in the district town on Saturday with his 28-year-old wife and their baby.

When the family left the restaurant, there was an argument between the 28-year-old and another restaurant visitor (24).

Then the argument shifted to the parking lot.

There, the 24-year-old, who also lives in Weilheim, attacked the family man.

She bit his thumb.

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The 24-year-old and her two companions (36 and 37, also from the district town) then began to shake the family's stroller.

The baby's father pushed her away from the stroller.

As the Weilheim police station announced in its report, this prompted the 36- and 37-year-olds to attack the 35-year-olds.

The two men hit his face and chest.

A previously uninvolved 23-year-old from Weilheim then intervened, according to the police, in the event and went between the parties to the dispute to arbitrate.

However, the 36-year-old also attacked this young man and punched him several times on the upper body.

The trio that attacked the family then left the scene.

It was caught a short time later by the police in the city area.

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Source: merkur

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