Munich cops are examining whether a guy who arrived at the pitch throughout Tuesday’s European football Championship match in between Germany and France dedicated criminal offenses consisting of versus the Air Traffic Act.
Munich cops stated the 38-year-old, who was objecting on behalf of ecological group Greenpeace, had actually been apprehended after 2 guys were hurt when the protester utilizing a paramotor and parachute got tangled in electronic camera wires and particles boiled down. The hurt guys remain in medical facility.
“Munich police emphasises that there is no understanding whatsoever for such irresponsible actions, in which there was a considerable endangerment of human life,” a declaration stated.
Bavarian state premier Markus Soeder informed regional radio: “This will be dealt with carefully, this is a clear violation. This is not a trivial offence.”
European football’s governing body UEFA mentioned a “reckless and dangerous” act while the German Football Federation (DFB likewise condemned the demonstration.
Greenpeace said sorry and stated the guy was not suggested to arrive at the pitch however had actually been asked to toss a big latex ball on to the field to show versus competition sponsor Volkswagen.