Can camera footage explain why the man behaved so horribly wrong?
The federal police are investigating an attack on a disabled woman.
Munich – In a press release, the federal police reported a shameful act at Munich Central Station.
On Tuesday morning (March 21) there were "insults and physical attacks against a disabled 51-year-old" in a toilet facility.
Disabled woman attacked at Munich Central Station: walker damaged
Around 8.30 a.m. officers of the federal police became aware of an argument during a patrol by loud screams.
"A 27-year-old man had verbally insulted the 51-year-old from Munich and spat in her face several times," the press release said.
Then he is said to have grabbed her by the shoulders and kicked her walker, which she needed as a walking aid.
As a result, the woman fell to the ground and suffered pain in her elbows, wrists and hips.
The handbrake on the rollator broke off as a result of the fall.
The motive for the attack is still unclear: the police are evaluating camera recordings
Medical care for the woman was initially not necessary.
The federal police arrested the 27-year-old attacker and took him to the police station.
It was not immediately clear why the man had attacked the disabled woman.
Recordings from the camera systems are now being evaluated to illuminate the incident.
The federal police are investigating bodily harm, insult and property damage.