Fury in German town after mayor tells families to keep their children away from migrants to avoid ‘provoking them’ when they wear fewer clothes in the summer
- Worried residents of the German town Bad Schlema met with their mayor
- One man was concerned his granddaughter was being sexually harassed
- The mayor responded by saying she should not ‘provoke’ her attackers
- He later added that she could take an alternative route to her school
- Residents at the meeting responded with fury at the mayor’s suggestions
Residents of a small German town have reacted with fury at their mayor’s response to a resident’s concerns migrants have been sexually harassing his granddaughter.
About 100 people from Bad Schlema, in eastern Germany, were gathered at a town hall when the mayor told them to tell their children not to ‘provoke’ the asylum seekers, it was reported.
This prompted outrage among those in attendance as they claimed they should be allowed to walk wherever they liked.
It comes just weeks after a spate of sex attacks across German cities saw hundreds of women report to police they had been sexually assaulted by ‘Arab or North African men’.
The video shows an elderly man raising concerns about his granddaughter with mayor Jens Muller, from Chancellor Angela Merkel’s CDU party, Breitbart reported.
According to the translation, he states: ‘I have a question regarding the school – about physical education in the school gym.
‘She’s under 10 and it also happened in a nearby town. The girls have been harassed by the refugee children… The asylum seekers, and they get harassed from the windows [of the shelter] and things like that.
‘How will this be in the summer when the school girls wear less clothing?’
Attempting to bat away the question quickly and easily, the major responded: ‘That’s easy, just don’t provoke them and don’t walk in these areas.’
But his response caused outrage among the audience, with many jeering and lambasting him for the dismissive response.
Members of the audience could be heard crying out: ‘You cant even walk in your own city anymore!’ and ‘go home, boy, who the hell elected you?’
Others were heard shouting: ‘They [the migrants] come here and we’re not allowed to walk here anymore!’ and ‘boy oh boy, you’ve got some nerve. What kind of mayor is this? He should step down!’
Despite the poor reception his comments received, Mr Muller
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