She wanted to go to Berlin with a 9 euro ticket, a dog and without a mask
An unruly Swiss woman (27 years old) is taken off a regional train
A Swiss woman was taken off a German regional train. She had refused to introduce herself, to put on a mask, to leave the train and to buy the necessary tickets.
Swiss police removed the 27-year-old on Wednesday from a German regional train. According to the police, she was traveling from Sassnitz to Stralsund. Her destination was Berlin, but she never got there.
The 27-year-old had a €9 card, but she didn’t want her ID shown on the check. However, this loses the validity of the train ticket. She also did not want to wear a mask, which is still required on German public transport.
No mask, no bike and dog ticket
She had a bike and a German Shepherd with her without a muzzle. The Swiss woman did not have an animal and bicycle ticket. According to the police, the woman refused to refund the tickets – or to leave the train.
The Federal Police came, but the woman continued to refuse to identify herself. According to the police report, “Officials had to lift the Swiss woman by her hands and feet and carry her off the train with her belongings.”
After reporting, I was able to leave
The Swiss woman was able to walk again after she received a complaint about fraudulent benefits, trespassing and a violation of the Infection Protection Act.
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