Eye and respiratory tract irritation after irritant gas attack in nudist club
Unknown perpetrators have sprayed irritant gas in a nudist club in Wiesbaden. Three people suffered minor injuries but were not hospitalized. Only recently had an attack on an irritant gas been carried out at a school in the state capital of Hesse.
Irritant gas sprayed in sauna club
Just a few days after pepper spray was sprayed at the Albrecht Dürer School in Wiesbaden, another irritant gas attack occurred in the state capital of Hesse. According to a message from the dpa news agency, three strangers sprayed irritant gas in a nudist club in the Mainz-Kastel district on Sunday evening. According to the police, three people were treated for eye and respiratory tract irritation. However, they did not have to go to the hospital.
Nothing is known about the motif
At first, there was no trace of the perpetrators who had already disappeared when the police arrived. So far nothing is known about her motif. Since eight injuries were initially assumed, numerous rescue workers were deployed. According to a police spokesman, however, most of them could have returned immediately.
Health risks from irritant gas
Irritation gas, such as pepper spray or tear gas, is used by the police in demonstrations in Germany. Some people also acquire such funds privately for self-defense.
The symptoms caused by this usually appear immediately or a few seconds after spraying. Sprayed irritant gas can lead, among other things, to swelling of the mucous membranes and immediate closing of the eyelids. Inhaling the irritant usually causes coughing and shortness of breath. There is often an uncomfortable itching sensation on the skin. (ad)