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Hundred-strong mob surrounds and ‘threatens’ police as officers arrest Somalian man

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Hamburg Police said officers were surrounded and reportedly threatened by a crowd of 80 to 100 African men.

Chaos broke out as police arrested an 18-year-old Somalian in St Georg on Wednesday.

The teenager was accused of threatening two workers at a sports betting shop in the German city.

Police said the teenager was banned from the shop when he threatened to cut the employees’ necks.

Police said: “The 18-year-old threatened the two employees to cut their necks and explained this with appropriate gestures.”

Hamburg Police arrested the man.

Extra police were called to the scene on SteintorwegGOOGLE STREET VIEW

Extra police were called to the scene on Steintorweg

Police arrested an 18-year-old Somalian before a crowd arrived

In a statement, they said: “At the same time, he was always aggressive and complained loudly about the measure.

“Within a very short time 80 – 100 black Africans arrived before the sports betting business.

“Out of this group statements were made against the police officers such as ‘skin off’, ‘p*** off’ and ‘this is not America’.”

Extra forces were sent to the scene in Steintorweg to calm the crowds.

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