Photos of Copenhagen Vandalism
We took a walk down Strøget to see the damage done from Friday’s vandalism. Here is what we saw. Looked pretty well cleaned up in just two days. It’s still quite a shame that these historic buildings were damaged like this. But all in all, it could have been worse, I suppose. And apparently the police have since apologized for not handling the situation in the most optimal way, whatever that would have been. It’s hard to say with such circumstances. At least no one was hurt.
P.S. I forgot to mention the complete and utter misfortune to Danish people that have to pay for this damage through taxes. Oh, and the people whose vehicles were destroyed that have to pay co-pays through their insurance not to mention the hassle of getting their cars fixed and the residences and businesses that were effected. Don’t get me wrong, when I say no one was hurt, I meant physically. There was harm done that will likely have a longer effect on the local community, Copenhagners and visitors alike.
“Love to you all”
“The city is ours”