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Threats, Corona Virus | The corona did not pass: he threatened to shoot the gatekeeper

Three men without a Corona passport threatened to shoot the doorman when they were not accepted into a nightclub in Trollhättan.

Writes Aftonbladet Saturday morning.

The three men, aged between 25 and 35, were said to have acted extremely dangerously and aggressively when they were not allowed into the nightclub, according to information received by the police.

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No one was arrested

According to the newspaper, one of the men was said to have thrown some kind of stick on the stomachs of the guards.

Then the men left the place by car, and none of them have been arrested yet.

– This is information we received, but when the police arrived at the scene, the man did not want to report the matter, says Hans-Jürgen Ostler, a spokesman for the police in the Western District of Sweden.

He added that the police had received reports of the three men.

– From what we understand, these are not people who are completely unknown to us. These are individuals with “violence capital,” Ostler says.

The police searched for the perpetrators to no avail. It is not clear whether a violation will be reported, as the security guard does not want to participate in the investigation.

The accident happened shortly before 11 pm on Friday.

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Corona passports

Corona Certificate has been introduced in Sweden as of December 1 for public events and gatherings of more than 100 people.

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The background to this procedure was the increased risk of infection spreading.

Sweden is not isolated from the outside world. Those who are not vaccinated are at greater risk of further spreading the infection. Social Affairs Minister Lena Hallengren (S) said it’s a tough message, we all want the pandemic to end.