It was only a small group of migrants from the centre of Ter Apel, the shows spoiled. But those few troublemakers to care for years for nuisance on the bus line 73 to Emmen. So it broke them buses, and they attacked the passengers difficult. They were sometimes aggressive and violent towards the passengers and the drivers. the
Last month there was a video of the abuses around on social media. Four young asylum seekers wanted to be together with one of the ticket to travel, but were denied. It culminated in a shouting across to the supervisor and the driver, and sturdy kick and hits the bus. A verbouwereerde passenger filmed. Line 73, it was renamed the ‘agressielijn’.
It would usually go to asylum seekers from so-called safe countries of which the application for a residence permit is rejected. “They should be expelled and cause nuisance because they have nothing to lose,” said carrier, Q-buzz at RTL News. Asylum-seekers from Yemen and Syria in Ter Apel know of the inconvenience and look with sadness. “Hopefully people can see we are not all for on”, as they say, to The Telegraph. “Because we are really not so.’ the
The bus drivers had, in any case, had enough and threatened with a boycott. “They were tired”, said Q-buzz. And so there was action taken. From now on, runs a special ‘asielbus’ only for asylum seekers from Ter Apel to Emmen and back, so that the safety can be guaranteed and the regular travelers from line 73 no longer be confronted with the problems.