Are people angry with people? Depon Cherry Street was threatened anonymously not allowed to take pictures

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 Are people angry with people? Depon Cherry Street was threatened anonymously not allowed to take pictures


In April, the 28 daily newspaper ethics media said that the Cherry Blossom Street in the old city of Bonn, Germany, was famous for a long time, but last weekend, a message gave people a shadow of the flower appreciation - the threat of unidentified individuals or groups posted intimidating announcements in the old city, the threat that shocked cherry blossoms in and out of the street. According to the website of Deutsche Radio April 27th, the posters were written by newspaper clippings, which read, 7000 nails. To all Bonn people: if we can not enjoy the Cherry Blossom Festival, but take pictures like this again, we will nail 7000 copper nails on the tree. -FF Reported that the Bonn police have already launched an investigation, but at the same time indicated that the direction of investigation is verbal threat rather than real threat of violence. We take this seriously, Robert Scholten, a spokesman for Bonn police, said. He also pointed out that the investigation may be difficult because there are no witnesses, and the existing evidence is not enough. Bonn police and the city government questioned whether the poster claimed that the destruction of trees would really happen. Nevertheless, they admit that it is difficult to prevent any threat from being put into action if someone is inspired by the threat poster. It wont be a good thing, Andrea Schulte, a government news official in Bonn, said that copper would have a toxic effect on trees, and if the nails were nailed down to the trees, it could cause some trees to die. Schulte said that this years cherry blossom season has so far been mild and has not received complaints about traffic or noise caused by tourists crowds. The two week Bonn cherry season attracts visitors from all over the world every year, according to the report. They roam around the gravel streets along the surrounding streets with self timer bars, cameras and cell phones. The affected motorists and cyclists try to catch holes in the crowd. If not, they will also use loudspeakers and bell to express their dissatisfaction. I can understand that the locals may feel disturbed, said Tara, a 30 year old visitor from Australia, but she also said there was nothing wrong with the desire to take a picture. Some other old city residents pointed out that the individuals or groups that threatened to make posters were not deliberate. The problem is human beings, not trees, said Irina, a 20 year old Bonn student. This is a stupid threat, Irinas classmate Sophia said, there are so many visitors, the city has got a lot of business opportunities because of the cherry blossom season. Why do you want to destroy it? The report said that although the cherry blossom craze did bring trouble to some local residents, local businesses welcomed the annual flower season very much. If there is no cherry blossom season, no one will come, said the hotel owner Pierre. Their family opened a Turkey meat pie shop and three restaurants in the old city, and every year they welcomed the arrival of tourists. Small businesses and restaurants are very happy, he said. This is the best thing to do. Harrose, who runs a picture print shop in the old city, argues that the criticism of people standing in the middle of the street is unjustifiable because its been a phenomenon for years, but the difference is that most people who take pictures now are no longer professional photographers. I think the atmosphere is great, laughs Harrods. There are not many people who have opinions, but they are all loud. Source: reference editor: Wang Zheng _NN7526