In the late evening hours of July 4, an 18-year-old woman was allegedly first molested and then attacked by a group of five people on the platform at Radolfzell station. Surrounded by this group, a 27-year-old Nigerian is said to have held the victim against her will and tried to kiss her. The 18-year-old managed to free herself, left the station and turned to employees of a private security company, who then called the police.The policemen who arrived from the Radolfzell police station and the Constance Federal Police Inspectorate spotted the group of suspects at the station. At first, the men refused to hand over their identity papers. In the further course of the inspection, they are said to have called the officers “racists” and “bastards”, among other things. During the preliminary arrest, a 32-year-old Nigerian citizen resisted by biting the finger of an officer of the federal police. The police officer was incapacitated.The two suspects and the victim were taken to the police station for further investigation. Criminal charges were brought against the Nigerians by the Federal Police on suspicion of sexual harassment, insulting and resisting police officers.Due to the turmoil on the platform, “driving at sight” was temporarily ordered for all trains.