The IAA protests in Munich are also believed to have led to vandalism. The VW boss’s house in the Glockenbachviertel is smeared. And not only that.
Munich – Vandalism in Munich – apparently in connection with the protests against the International Motor Show (IAA) * in the Bavarian capital. So allegedly IAA opponents smeared a Munich house of VW boss Herbert Diess in the Glockenbachviertel in the Isarvorstadt. There is also a well-known tapas bar in the building.
IAA protests in Munich: the VW boss’s house in the Glockenbachviertel was smeared
“Expropriate this house” was sprayed on the entrance area with red paint. In addition, the communist symbol hammer and sickle was seen twice. In addition, a poster was placed next to the front door saying loud IMAGE the alleged fortune of the 62-year-old Diess was listed. Including the sentence: “Herbert Diess is representative of the car capital. We are not in the mood for the greenwashing of the IAA, which is occupying our entire city. “
This should be loud IMAGE Having filed criminal charges against unknown persons, a VW spokesman said: “We condemn the color attack in the strongest possible way!” It was apparently not the only vandalism in the Isar metropolis that is allegedly related to the protests against the IAA.
On Wednesday evening (September 8), the police found that writing had been sprayed on the glass facade of business premises in Arnulfstrasse. On Thursday morning around 9 a.m., a Mercedes van was checked by the Munich police in the area of the Donnersbergerbrücke. In the hold there were suits and other items that, according to initial investigations, could be related to the graffiti in Arnulfstrasse.
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The people who were in the vehicle (a 58-year-old resident in Hesse, a 38-year-old resident in North Rhine-Westphalia and a 56-year-old resident in Rhineland-Palatinate) were reported on suspicion of property damage and later released again.