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‘Mrs Merkel will pay’ migrant tells German luxury car dealer

When an Arab man, dressed in full camouflage, entered the showrooms of the Audi Center Landshut on Thursday around 5 pm, the staff probably already knew that it would now be complicated.

Published: November 7, 2017, 6:57 am

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    As it later turned out, the visitor was a Syrian “refugee” from the migrant accommodation centre  in Niedermayerstrasse, Kaserneneck in Landshut. He initially used the coffee machine several times and asked the staff for money and cigarettes.

    When they did not want to give him what he had requested and suggested that he leave the business premises, he sat down in an exhibition vehicle and from there he entertained the public with loud Arabic music from his cell phone.

    He did not comply with the request to leave the vehicle either and instead demanded the release of the car keys with the words “Give me keys, … give me keys …”.

    A seller replied that he had to pay for the vehicle in order to be given a set of keys. His response was rather classic: “Pay Mrs. Merkel … .wife Merkel pay … give me car … give me car ….”.

    Thanks to careful “de-escalation measures” by the staff, only cars were stoned, a German online publication PI News reported.

    The management had contacted the police and issued instructions to leave the intruder alone and to ignore his antics. The “refugee” apparently then became bored when he could no longer command attention because he got out of the vehicle and left the business premises.

    His next destination was a nearby establishment where ladies sell pleasure for a small fee. There, he threw around some garbage cans and then returned to the Audi Center.

    He began throwing stones at the vehicles parked outdoors while also landing kicks on several of the cars. A demonstration car, an Audi Q2, had its rear window broken.

    The police had not yet arrived to witness the ongoing destruction. The next target was a petrol station about 500 meters away, where he served himself without paying. There, too, the police was contacted immediately, and eventually the “refugee” was arrested at the petrol station.

    He was reportedly admitted to the Landshut district hospital suffering from a “mental breakdown”. However, his “breakdown” in the opinion of the experts was probably not too serious, as he was already seen running around a day later eliciting yet another a police operation.

    The Landshuter Wochenblatt confirmed the exclusive information from PI-News.

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