"An american man tried to steal a piece of the railway track from the Auschwitz concentration camp. The offence could lead to ten years in prison, reports The Independent."
"The concentration camp Auschwitz in Poland, which is now a museum, was the victim of an attempted theft in march. A 37-year-old american man should have tried to pick a bit of the railway track that runs through the camp. The offence could lead to a prison sentence of ten years on the basis of metallbitens historical value, writes The Independent."
"Malgorzata Jurecka, spokesperson for the police in the Polish city of the city of oswiecim, said that the man confessed to the crime directly. The man have been released and are now awaiting sanctions."
"Have been subjected to thefts in the past."
"The previous concentration camp has on a couple of occasions in the past been the victims of thefts – and earlier in march plunged the employees against the tourists' selfies."
"”do not Forget that over a million people were murdered here. Respect them. There are better places to learn to balance on a boom than in a place that symbolizes the killing of hundreds of thousands of people”, announced via Auschwitz official twitter account."
"It was then that tired of the visitors teetering on the rails to take pictures."