Munich: Drunk man throws himself up in front of the federal police

Terminal 2 at Munich Airport (Photo: Jan Gruber).
Terminal 2 at Munich Airport (Photo: Jan Gruber).

Munich: Drunk man throws himself up in front of the federal police

Terminal 2 at Munich Airport (Photo: Jan Gruber).
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A 49-year-old man from Berlin caused a stir in Terminal 2 at Munich Airport on Monday. According to the federal police, he is said to have sat down in front of the security checkpoint while heavily drunk and thus delayed the processes.

The man is said to have had a valid ticket for a domestic flight to Berlin, but had obviously looked too deep into the glass beforehand. The airport security staff called the federal police, and the officers were then severely threatened and verbally abused. According to a statement from the federal police, the troublemaker is said to have stated that he is in a rifle club and will shoot the officers.

The drunk was also violent and attacked the officers. But that was too much, because then the man had to vomit on the spot. The drunkard was formally arrested, but as a precaution an emergency doctor examination was carried out first. The man was then allowed to spend a few hours in the sobering cell and received several criminal charges.

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