Poles beat Ukrainians for refusing to drink vodka in Germany

10 months ago

An incident involving Ukrainian and Polish truckers occurred in a suburb of Munich in Germany. Men had a fight because of the refusal of the first to drink together. It is reported by the German newspaper Suddeutsche Zeitung.

Immigrants from Ukraine 47 and 60 years old were sitting in a recreation area, when at about 11 o’clock in the evening a 40-year-old Pole drunk approached them. He invited colleagues to drink vodka, they refused. Then the Pole got angry and, armed with an iron stick, attacked the men.

Ukrainians tried to hide in cars, but the attacker called for help from another native of Poland. Presumably, he was also intoxicated. The men managed to pull one of the drivers. They kicked him and tried to strangle him with a towel.

As a result of the attack, Ukrainians received injuries of varying severity. One of them is hospitalized. Poles are arrested and in custody.

In February, five citizens of Russia, Ukraine and Belarus were severely beaten in Poland. The attackers shouted, in particular, the nationalist slogan “Poland for the Poles” and insulting phrases against two Ukrainians. It is known that among the victims was a woman.

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