Zionist Armed Mossad agents found trespassing in Germany
A northern German town has called for reimbursement after pulling the car of two armed Mossad agents out of mud in a forbidden area.
A report pertaining to the incident, which took place in the town of Quarnbek in December, was broadcast on Germany’s NDR television station, Haaretz reported on Monday.
According to the report, the armed Israeli spies aroused the suspicions of locals after their vehicle entered a restricted area. When confronted the agents, they claimed they were monitoring the area ahead of a sailing competition when their car got stuck in a muddy patch of road.
“Naturally, residents wanted to know how these two young men were allowed to travel there armed,” said local mayor, Klaus Langer.
After police, firefighters and a local farmer arrived at the scene and extricated the car with a tractor, the Israelis showed their diplomatic documents which allowed them to carry firearms.
The agents were reportedly present in the town to observe the transfer of a submarine to the port of Haifa north of the occupied Palestinian territories.
The town has sent a bill for 1,263 euros to the Israeli embassy in Berlin in relation to the incident.