The chairman of the Überlinger Hänselezunft received a fine after watching an SWR radio broadcast.
Carbatches an unauthorized gathering?
The letter speaks of an unauthorized meeting and that Karbatschen-Schnellen was not a valid reason to leave the house. According to his own statements, the Hänsele chairman wants to take legal action against the decision.
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The notification against the Hänsele chairman is not the first administrative fine in connection with media coverage. Only recently it became known that three skiers had been reported by the city after a joint photo was seen in the “Südkurier”.
The y were accused of failing to keep the minimum distance of 1.5 meters.
A freelance photographer photographed the three young men on the Luisenhöhe, a hill near Überlingen. Apparently, according to the photographer’s representation, an employee of the public order office of the city of Überlingen measured very precisely with a ruler whether the distance between the men in the photo was maintained.
City of Überlingen justifies fines
No one on the part of the city of Überlingen wanted to give an interview about the fines against the Hansele chairman and the skiers. In a written statement, a spokeswoman points out that the city must act if administrative offenses become known. Violations are clearly verifiable both in the radio report about the Karbatschen-Schnellen and in the newspaper photo.