The male receptionist, who early on Saturday felt so molested by a former voldsdømt man at the Hotel Royal in Aarhus, he called 114, retrieves the unequivocal backing of his boss, the hotel manager Lilian Lenbroch.
There was nothing else to do than to call the police. The receptionist thought that enough was enough. Who the mists of time, however, around the way at 6.10 in the morning? It was not a great experience, explains Lilian Lenbroch.
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The 25-year-old man was previously mentioned in Ekstra Bladet arrested and later accused of having spat the receptionist in the face. The man was released on parole and, according to Philip Moeller, a prosecutor in the east Jutland Police, voldsdomme behind him.
On the basis he was produced in grundlovsforhør, presented for an indictment and in custody for four weeks. An order, which his lawyer chose to loved ones.
The now voldstiltalte man had just visited the guests of Hotel Royal's rooms, when he allegedly went on a rampage in anger over not getting access to it again. Photo: Ernst van Norde
Lilian Lenbroch tells that the young man was not a guest at the hotel. He had visited acquaintances at one of the hotel's rooms, as the situation developed.
He went out on the sidewalk, where he peed and then he would check on it again. But his behavior gave after the concierge's opinion, does not give rise to additional visits. It resulted so that the man spat him in the face, says Lilian Lenbroch.
the Hotel manager finds that her employee has suffered physically or psychologically.
- Just the right employee is used to a bit of each. He has been at the hotel for many years, and so fierce was the episode either. But we are of course incredibly bored of it on his behalf, says Lilian Lenbroch.
Philip Moller, prosecutor of the east Jutland Police, explaining that the police 'do not usually use energy' to produce people in grundlovsforhør in cases of simple violence.
Hotel Royal has a legendary status in the Danish hotel industry and has previously supplied the shelter to celebrities such as the jazz king Louis Armstrong, Andersen and pop star Madonna. Photo: Ernst van Norde
- usually It cost 20 days in jail. But it was simply too rough, I think, explains Philip Moeller, who also went on the basis that the victim was attacked while he did his work.
- It is further aggravating, says Philip Møller's assessment.
Lene Lenbroch tells the remand man not previously visited the legendary hotel on the main Square in Aarhus.