Apparently, Arson’s The Answer When You’re Not Given Enough Gummy Bears And Nutella
All around the world, refugee centers are saving migrants in need of food and shelter. One such center in Germany housed Muslim and non-Muslim folks during the month of Ramadan. But a couple migrants got hangry and started a hellfire.
To honor the religious ritual, the Dusseldorf center served meals only in the early morning and late at night. To quell the non-Muslim migrants, The Red Cross served gummy bears, chocolate and Nutella spread.
While their efforts seemed to sooth some, two men, Adel D. and Mohammed B., were angered about not getting enough gummy bears and Nutella. In their rage, they set fire to the center, which burgeoned big flames that engulfed the building and burned it to the ground. Twenty-six people suffered severe injuries—the damages added up to $10 million! Fortunately, there were no fatalities.
Adel and Mohammed were both arrested and charged with aggravated arson and dangerous, bodily harm.
The worst part is most of the center’s migrant men had been living there under false names, DOBs and countries of origin, which begs whether or not security should be tightened under tumultuous times—even in the capacity of kindness.