Germany finally wants to deport a 20-year-old Nigerian asylum seeker in Burg and all it took was far over 100 crimes since he entered the country in March 2017.
The list of crimes is too long to include all but assault, insults, damaging property and animal cruelty are just a few examples.
Police had to monitor the man with three to four people for the last four days to prevent more incidents.
His latest stunt included putting a life-dove in his mouth crushing the animal’s neck with his teeth. After this he spat at and insulted a female railway worker.
According to the Dublin Regulation the man will be deported to Italy, the country of his first entry into the EU.
He has been in deportation detention since 15 February. This is the third attempt to deport the rejected asylum seeker.
The first attempt failed because police did not find him at his address. During the second attempt the pilot refused to keep the man on board due to his erratic behavior. This time the man will be accompanied by police on his flight.
Deputy District Administrator Barz does not see an alternative to the deportation. The man has been in psychiatric care multiple times with doctors finding no mental health issues.
It is a clear case according to Barz due to his rejected asylum application. Even more so considering Germans needed police protection from this “refugee”.
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