Lübeck: Strangers threw stinking liquid into the terminal

Entrance to the terminal of Lübeck Airport (Photo: Lübeck Airport).
Entrance to the terminal of Lübeck Airport (Photo: Lübeck Airport).

Lübeck: Strangers threw stinking liquid into the terminal

Entrance to the terminal of Lübeck Airport (Photo: Lübeck Airport).
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On the night of September 12th to 13th, 2020, strangers threw containers with a foul-smelling liquid through the windows of the terminal at Lübeck Airport. According to the local police, what exactly it is and who is behind the action is still unclear and is currently the subject of investigations.

The North German Broadcasting reports that the executive and the fire brigade had to move in protective suits. The stinking liquid was picked up and removed. Samples are currently being evaluated in the criminal police laboratory in order to gain knowledge of what they are actually about. The background is completely unclear. It is also not known whether there is a connection with the incident that self-proclaimed climate protectors caused a few weeks ago. In any case, air traffic should not have been affected by the smelly liquid.

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