Police expelled two Ukrainians, who in Paulsen walk between cars in the intersection and drivers trying to play on emotions. On paper they had written that are deaf, suffers from existential need and each reflective tape sold at least 40 crowns to help them survive difficult times.
On the box the car is stationary before crossing tapped the man in the vest with reflective stripe. In his hand was a piece of paper that is not a beggar, but a deaf-mute in need, which helps when people from it for 40 crowns buy reflective tape or stickers.
When he failed in one car, he went further. Last Friday morning, there are two men thus circumventing the car standing at one of the busiest intersections in Paulsen. Among the cars they moved through until the traffic lights green light does not come on.
But it left chauffeurs for him and profiteers of human solidarity alerted police. Man patrol found her still in place.
"When the officer called for proof of identity, the men presented passports of Ukraine. After the lesson patrol refused to communicate with gestures and began to suggest that they are deaf, "said spokesman Jana officers in reflective jacket.
The moment the officers wanted them documents that they have permission to sell souvenirs, men stopped responding to questions. The case therefore took the foreign police.
For both foreigners it was the last thing he did with us. Police are expelled for running unauthorized employment.
"Violated the conditions for residence in the Czech Republic, had a tourist visa. Now they must travel to their country, said a spokesman for the regional police headquarters Martina.
Nobody wanted to confirm whether the two men actually physically handicapped as they tried to persuade the driver.
But all indications are that affection feigned. Probably just upgraded trick operated mainly Romanians, who in the past posing as deaf collecting money for UNICEF projects, and now they sale the reflective stickers and tapes. Three years ago, the officers in Paulsen discovered in the collection of money for non-existent charity projects several times.