Two bestial culture-enrichers attacked a young German woman at a metro station in Essen — they broke a glass bottle on the back of her head. When you watch the video below, you’ll notice that the young woman fought back vigorously, despite the blow to her head, so that the two “youths” felt it prudent to run away.
Ava Lon, who translated the video for subtitles, includes this linguistic note:
The place where the attack happened is, interestingly enough, called “Viehhofer Platz”.
- Vieh means cattle, livestock, beast or brute.
- Hof means court, farm, or farmyard, and adding -er makes it a genitive or possessive.
- And Platz means square, of course.
So the attackers were beasts from the brute farm.
Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:
|00:00||Young men beat an unsuspecting girl from behind.|
|00:04||Now Essen police are using these pictures|
|00:06||to find the cowardly attackers.|
|00:12||It happened at the metro station Viehofer Platz.|
|00:16||Both young men followed|
|00:18||the 17-year-old girl beforehand.|
|00:24||Unnoticed by the young woman,|
|00:26||one of the perpetrators approached|
|00:32||and broke a glass bottle on the back of her head.|
|00:36||The young woman defended herself|
|00:38||against the attackers.|
|00:45||The perpetrators ran away after that|
|00:49||Who knows these men?|
|00:53||Tips: for the Essen police 0201-8290