Heatwave hysteria: women dismiss themselves in solidarity after security agents order topless sunbathers to hide in Munich, while police convince a naked moped rider
- Security guards ordered topless sun worshipers to hide in Munich, Germany
- But the movement failed when others bikini tops & # 39; out of solidarity & # 39; removed
- Meanwhile, the police warned the man about driving naked on a moped in Brandenburg
- Comes amidst high temperatures in Europe, powered by a Saharan bubble
German police warned a man who was riding a moped naked, while topless sunbathers were lining up in Munich as the temperatures flared up in Europe today.
Tough guards were shown ordering a group of women to put on their bikini tops while they were sunbathing on the banks of the Isar in the southern German city.
But apparently the action failed when others put out their bikini top & # 39; out of solidarity & # 39; names.
Today, Munich officials talk about how much public nudity should be allowed, but Bavaria & # 39; s prevailing conservative party Christian Social Union (CSU) went one step further.
An urgent motion was submitted on Wednesday during a plenary session, which stated that & # 39; the bathing suit statutes of the state capital Munich will be amended with the aim that bathing clothes must completely cover the breasts and genitals.
In the meantime, the Brandenburg police warned a naked man to drive his moped that only wore his helmet and sandals. According to the Brandenburg police, who described themselves as & # 39; speechless & # 39; about the incident, said on Twitter that the man's response was when stopping: & # 39; Is it hot or not? & # 39;
Topless sunbathers (photo) started in a row in Munich, as the temperatures in different European countries would rise to heights on Wednesday
Hot wheels: In bizarre scenes today, the Brandenburg police posted two photos on Twitter of a man with a moped dressed only in his helmet and sandals
Meteorologists accused an explosion of hot air from North Africa for the heat wave early in the European summer, which could send thermometers above 40 degrees Celsius (104 Fahrenheit) in France, Spain and Greece on Thursday and Friday.
Scientists warn that the greenhouse effect could make such scorching spots more frequent.
In Germany, the 70-year record temperature for June of 38.5 degrees Celsius on Wednesday was beaten.
On the north coast, sultry temperatures curved rail lines out of shape on a popular tourist route near Rostock on the Baltic Sea and an official said a pioneering company was trying to resolve the damage.
Authorities took no risk in France, where a heat wave in August 2003 was blamed for 15,000 deaths.
A line broke out when security guards ordered topless sunbathers to hide on the banks of the Isar River in Munich. On the photo: people enjoy the sun on the river on Tuesday
Some schools are expected to close Thursday and Friday, while several cities, including Paris and Lyon, have restricted traffic to limit pollution build-up.
The weather service of the country, Meteo-France, says that the intensity of the heat has been unprecedented since 1947, when detailed surveys were started.
In Spain, a TV presenter tweeted & # 39; el infierno (hell) is coming & # 39 ;, with the middle and northeast alerted for high temperatures.
The mercury could exceed 39 degrees Celsius in Zaragoza or Navarre – a new record for June in those regions.
The worst is expected on Friday, when 33 of the 50 Spanish provinces face extreme temperatures, which can reach 44 degrees Celsius in Girona.
In Innsbruck, Austria, the world-famous carriage horses were released because the city took 36.7 degrees Celsius at the end of Tuesday and broke the 2012 record for the state of Tyrol of 36.6 degrees.
Innsbruck approved legislation last year by removing horse-drawn & # 39; fiaker & # 39; carriages from the street if the temperature exceeded 32 degrees.
In Poland, the Interior Ministry said 90 people drowned this month trying to cool down in lakes or rivers.
In Lithuania too, 27 people were found to have drowned, while temperatures in the Baltic states rose above 35 degrees.
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