Denmark, who beat the Czech Republic 2-1 on Saturday night, have now advanced to the semi-finals of the European Championship in football. Every time the Danes advanced to the European Championships, wild feasts took place across the country.
According to Henrik Swezstroop, Police Operations Manager in Copenhagen, Copenhagen now has a full party after the European Championship victory.
– Everyone is happy and behaves nicely. There are not many restrictions here, so the operations manager tells Duckbladet to let people control.
When Dougblatt called tonight, Swagestrap could report that it was raining in the capital and people were starting to take trips home and to the metro.
Now that the rain has stopped, people are back on the streets.
– There are many on the streets near Norebro and in the Inner City, he says.
The operations manager says they also received information about injuries as a result of people getting drunk.
– We have received some reports that people have been injured and thrown away, but there have been no fights or anything serious. People are happy, he tells Docladet.
Ten minutes after nine o’clock, operations manager Svezstroop informs the Danish newspaper Extra flattenedPolice in Copenhagen have now blocked Rhodesblasen due to several football supporters who feasted in the square.
– But there are usually a lot of people on the streets, so people need to take care of each other, says Swagestrap Extra Platt.
Until further notice, the operations manager insists that the ceremonies take place without any problems.
– People are happy, it seems from Swagestrap.
Earlier today, police arrived in Copenhagen with a man Pray to turn off the sound throughout the evening. If the clouds are going to light up, one should not ignore the fact that the party will last beyond this evening as well.
– There has been a lot of partying since we advanced to the previous European Championships. So I think the party might take a little while if the clouds light up, says the operations manager.
Last weekend, Dance celebrated his European Championship victory against Wales. This has led to many complaints across the country, and the police in Copenhagen have now brought a prayer to the happy citizens of the party Twitter.
– A winning party is fantastic, but police write on Twitter that not everyone will join the “re-step-ten” until the next morning.
According to Danish TV Channel TV2, Last weekend police received several reports that happy people across the country were shouting and playing loud music.
– Remember to pay attention, reject both screams, laaaaaaaaa and at least not the speakers, so you do not disturb those who need peace at night. Good fight and good evening, cops write on Twitter.