Mask scandal at Munich Central Station: man freaks out completely – for him it has several consequences
Created: 2022-01-21Updated: 2022-01-21, 10:00 am
By: Lukas Schierlinger
A 32-year-old is now in trouble because of his performance at Munich Central Station (symbol image).
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He did not want to comply with an important corona rule and he is an unwanted guest at Munich Central Station anyway.
A 32-year-old is now under investigation.
Munich – A 32-year-old out of control: On Thursday evening (January 20) he should be expelled from the DB security staff at Munich Central Station because of a house ban and missing mouth and nose cover.
The man didn't like that at all: He insulted federal police officers, offered resistance and had to be carried to the police station and sobered up there.
Mask scandal at Munich Central Station: 32-year-old freaks out completely
Employees of DB security had requested the federal police around 8 p.m. due to the violations listed above.
"When he was taken to the office, the homeless person resisted the officers, resisted the measures and then dropped to the ground, which is why he had to be carried to the station on platform 26," according to a press release from the Federal Police.
In addition, the drunk Pole, who refused a breath alcohol test, verbally insulted the officers deployed.
The emergency services involved were not injured and were still able to work.
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"Because of the obviously strong alcohol consumption, the 32-year-old was taken into protective custody by the federal police," said the federal police.
He is now being investigated for resisting law enforcement officers, insult and trespassing (ban from Munich Central Station).
"In addition, the responsible authority will be informed about the violation of the Infection Protection Act," the press release ends.
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