In the course of a dispute at Berlin’s Tegel airport, a passenger at a check-in counter was allegedly insulted anti-Semitically by an employee. According to a police spokesman on Saturday, the woman had finally excluded the Spaniard, who lives in Berlin, from the flight in the morning. The 50-year-old, who according to police wanted to fly to the Spanish island of Menorca, is said to have been insulted by the woman in English and Arabic language.Further background information on the incident was not known at first. Federal police reported the incident on the spot. Now the State Police Department of the State Criminal Police Office is investigating. It takes over cases in which a political motive is suspected or cannot be excluded. The airline in question could not initially be contacted by the press for a statement.