The incident at a petrol station in Idar-Oberstein, in which a young cashier was shot, left a queasy feeling even among petrol pump operators in Bergwinkel.
Main-Kinzig-Kreis – It has been a week since a 49-year-old man shot the 20-year-old cashier in the head at a gas station in Idar-Oberstein, Rhineland-Palatinate – because he had previously advised him of the mask requirement. The man has confessed to the act and admitted to rejecting the Corona * regulations. The petrol station operators in Bergwinkel deal with the event differently and draw their own conclusions. "There are always a few unteachable people with them," says Bärbel Schwanke about the mask requirement. She and her brother run a gas station in Sterbfritz (Main-Kinzig-Kreis *).
Fuldaerzeitung.de * published further reactions from petrol station operators in the Main-Kinzig district.
Amir Bonakdar, who runs a gas station in Schlüchtern, on the other hand, reports of numerous conflicts between his cashiers and customers. “In several cases we have even called the public order office, but they cannot do anything. My employees are afraid to come to work, ”he complains. * fuldaerzeitung.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA