Drunk minister and his brother staged a pogrom in the institution and threw money at his employees.
In the Slovak capital Bratislava, police detained a drunken environment minister, Laszlo Solimos, and his brother, who had an argument with the staff of one of the restaurants and smashed the front door of the restaurant, TV3 reported.
“Solimos and his brother were leaving an Asian restaurant in a very well-connected state. At the same time, Solimos shouted that he was the Minister of the Environment, and his brother kicked the entrance glass door of the institution and smashed it. Both men threw money at the restaurant workers,” TV reported.
Employees of an Asian restaurant in the center of Bratislava called the cops.
According to the available information, two men verbally and physically attacked the staff of the restaurant, and after the men were taken out of the establishment, one of them broke the glass part of the front door. The police officers who arrived detained the two men, L.S. and S.S., and took them to the nearest police station,” the statement said.
Damage to the restaurant from the pogrom is estimated at 1,000 euros. In addition, after the incident, one staff member of the establishment had to seek medical attention.
“Police have launched an investigation into the articles of hooliganism and property damage. After being questioned by the police, both men were released,” police said in a statement.
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