Local farce about cow dung: Aiwanger paid for the crap

In the Upper Bavarian town of Pähl, residents complain about what they see as too much cow dung on the street.

Local farce about cow dung: Aiwanger paid for the crap

In the Upper Bavarian town of Pähl, residents complain about what they see as too much cow dung on the street. The pet owner should pay a fine. This outraged Bavaria's Economics Minister Aiwanger. He opens his own wallet for the farmer.

In front of the cameras, Bavaria's Economics Minister Hubert Aiwanger presented a farmer in Pähl in the Weilheim-Schongau district in Upper Bavaria with 130 euros - the amount of a fine with fees that the farmer should pay because his cows had left too many flatbreads on the street. A local resident complained. Nicely packaged and clearly visible in a transparent envelope, Aiwanger packed the money for the handover - from his own pocket, as he emphasizes .

"Let's see if the cows are still allowed to shit," said the minister. It goes "clearly too far" if farmers are asked to pay because their cows produce legacies on the way to the pasture. He makes a "clear commitment to grazing animals," said the free-voter politician. If the municipality withdraws the fine notice, the money will go to the local kindergarten as a donation.

Pähl's mayor Werner Grünbauer was not invited to the meeting. Grünbauer, himself a farmer, explained last week that by no means every dirt on the road leads to a decision. Here, however, the measure "clearly and clearly" had been exceeded. The district office, to which the resident had complained, asked the community to act. In the meantime, the cause of the dispute, which is said to have dragged on for some time, is no longer available. The farmer built a playpen. He hasn't driven his cows across the street to pasture since last Wednesday.

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