More than 200 German police were called in after a group of 80 activists became aggressive after being asked for their tickets on a train to Hamburg.
The train was forced to stop before the police were called in after the passengers became abusive.
German media reportsthat the activists, who were travelling without tickets, became aggressive and “abused” the female conductor.
The aggressive behaviour started almost immediately after the activists boarded the train inLüneburg, forcing a stop just seven kilometres north in Bardowick to wait for the police.
According to police, when the officers arrived “many people continued to be uncooperative”.
German news outlet Weltreports that a “wild fight” ensued, with police being kicked and hit. The incident resulted in several arrests and charges being laid.
Some officers suffered minor injuries in the fight.
Several of the passengers, part of a Kurdish youth movement, were been charged with…
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