In a refugee accommodation in Landshut, police ended a party with about 100 people on Saturday evening.
Around 7 p.m., the Landshut police received a 911 call informing them that the asylum-seekers’ home in Niedermayerstraße was excessively noisy and that many people were drunk. The police moved in and broke up the party due to hygiene regulations and to protect the residents, a police spokesman said.
It was partied with noisy music and lots of alcohol. One man had been unconscious due to his heavy alcoholisation, and an emergency doctor had cared for him. 20 people were expelled from the building. Because they did not live in this accommodation, their stay was forbidden – they will be reported for trespassing.
According to the police, the deployment ended at 9:15 p.m., and the situation in the asylum-seekers’ home was then calm again.