Nonwhite invaders from Morocco and Algeria pretending to be refugees burned down a €10 million “reception center” in Dusseldorf—because there was too little Nutella, candy, and chocolate at the Ramadan breakfast spread, a court has heard.
The arson destroyed a major exhibition hall near the airport, with smoke disrupting air traffic.
According to German media, charges have been brought against a Moroccan and an Algerian, named respectively as Mohammed B., and Adel D., both 27-years-old, for starting the initial fire.
In formal charges placed this week, the Dusseldorf public prosecutor revealed that the invaders had started the fire in the exhibition hall—being used to house hundreds of fake refugees—because there was not enough Nutella, “gummi bars,” and chocolate at the food buffet set out for breakfast after Ramadan.
“The trigger was a dispute about the food in Ramadan,” Dr. Martina Reinartz, spokesman for the District Court of Dusseldorf, confirmed.
Some 26 people were injured, and damage to the value of €10 million was incurred as the hall burned to the ground.
The charges against the two nonwhites include arson, and the public prosecutor’s office has prosecuted Adel D. for heavy incendiary incidents and causing “dangerous bodily harm.”