In the fubganger zone in bayreuth on saturday afternoon at about 16.20 o'clock a 36-year-old man ticked off in front of an iced coffee while the world cup quarterfinal match between england and sweden was being broadcast. This is what the police reported on sunday.
A guest who had sat down there to watch the game on the television set obviously did not like the fact that passers-by caught a glimpse of the game in passing and presumably obstructed his view of the television set for a short time. The man expressed his displeasure with massively insulting remarks against a couple and their child. Furthermore, he also called out the hitlergrub loudly several times, which in turn prompted randomly present officials of the city of bayreuth to call in the officers of the bayreuth police inspection via a security guard patrol.
When the facts of the case were clarified, it emerged that the accused 36-year-old from the district of bayreuth was obviously heavily intoxicated. A test at an alcohol dispenser showed a value of over two per mille. Confronted with the accusations, however, the man denied having made any insulting or punishable remarks. At the time of the incident, the fubganger zone was very busy due to the burger festival and the soccer game. A check of the man's personal details by the police officers revealed that he had already made an appearance in the past for similar matters.