the COPENHAGEN city COURT (Ekstra Bladet): A random person on the street was hit, then a 27-year-old man threw a so-called whiteboard out from the church tower in the Absalon Church on Sønder Boulevard in Copenhagen.
Monday was the man in the Copenhagen city Court sentenced to five months in prison for the incident and to have attempted to throw a wooden beam the same way.
- I can't remember anything, he said several times during the hearing and added that he was very sorry.
- I do not understand what the hell I was doing, he explained further.
the Incident, which led to the judgment, played out under the gadefesten Distortion in Copenhagen in 2017.
Affected by the drugs, the husband had strayed up into the church tower in Absalon Church, which today is used as folkehus. Here he threw in his wine, whiteboardtavlen out from it, which corresponds to the sixth-floor level.
the Board hit a random festivalgæst, who miraculously escaped with a gash in his head. The person testified itself in court.
- at first I thought that I was struck from behind, said the victim, in which the accused from his place, asked if he had to apologize to him.
- I am very sorry that I hit you in the head. It was not my intent, apologized he.
A second witness explained that he down from the street so that the board be cast out from the church tower. He responded by running up the tower, where he was met by a very confused person.
- He had no clothes on, he said, which caused the defendants to take care to the head.
the Witness saw that the man was in the process of unlocking a massive wooden beam, which is supposedly the same path as the board.
- I tried to talk him down. We talked together a long time, added the witness.
the Police arrived, upon which the man was arrested on the spot.
the Prosecutor in the case, Elise Eilersen, said after the hearing that she was very satisfied with the delivery of the judgment on the five months in prison.
- I had procederet for four to six months in jail, it sounded from her.
The defendants ' lawyer, Lars Thousig, bad after delivery of the judgment of reflection, for a possible appeal.