Germany: Nightclub owner bans ‘aggressive’ refugees

Illustrative photo showing a fight outside a nightclub in the UK.

A Bavarian nightclub owner has introduced a ban on refugees after claiming that they were causing trouble in his establishment.

“You have to understand, until now there was no aggression” in the Amadeus nightclub in Ingolstadt, owner Martin T. told the Süddeutsche Zeitung (SZ).

He claims that “the blacks have a problem with women, and the Arabs have a problem with aggression” when they’re on a night out.

Women have been insulted and other guests have been pestered for drinks and had their jackets stolen, Martin said – adding that the problems began when a new group arrived in the town’s accommodation centre last December.

The club isn’t just somewhere to have fun, the owner claims, but a place for asylum seekers to hunt for a German partner.

“They don’t have a lot of chance of remaining here,” Martin said. “They want to find a woman and marry her”…


Related: Lower Saxony: About 1500 crimes per day: Lower Saxony Interior Minister Boris Pistorius presented new crime statistics on Monday and explained this cheerily: “Lower Saxony is a secure State”.

In 2014, the authorities registered 94,549 crimes… In Lower Saxony, 1,514 offences are committed daily.

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