Koln hotel porter saves girls from immigrants and gets arrested
Giant has a height of 2.13 m and a weight of 130 kg and has applied aggressors a lesson they will not soon forget, writes Daily Mail.
Ivan Jurcevic, aged 44, works as a porter at a hotel in Cologne and are working in the evening of New Year, when thousands of Arabs and North Africans were sexually assaulted and robbed 500 women.
Suddenly, two girls approached him, begging him to help them as they are pursued by a gang of sex offenders.
“There were four young men were speaking in Arabic. They told me not to bag, as were their daughters. Girls seem to work in a bank, were dressed in jeans and warm clothing, anything challenging. They were frightened. I told them to stand behind me. The garrulous between Arabs threatened me with a bottle, so I hit him. Another wanted to attack me, so I hit him too. The leader made a sign to the neck, which I conveyed that will come back to kill me. I was not scared and they left, “he told former kickboxing champion.
But the hero of Cologne was arrested after he joined a group of men ready to defend the Cologne women who fall victim to sex offenders, immigrants come from. Sunday evening, the center of German became the scene to conduct “civil militia” and six immigrants were attacked innocent.
“They said that these Arabs do not leave them alone. What could I do? The girls hid in the hotel.When female guests came outside the hotel, the Arabs wanted to aggression. I told them to that. A woman asked me to cross the street, where her husband was waiting in the car. Fireworks and drunks everywhere, it was crazy. She was terrified, “he told Ivan Jurcevic.
“Four months ago, we Germans, I welcomed the refugees. Now, their image is ruined by these thugs drunks who do not comply Germany and German women. They shot fireworks in the cathedral, walked dazed and attacked women. It was shameful, “said Jurcevic.
On social networks, Jurcevic is called “hero of Cologne”. The former Croatian army commando was one but among those detained Sunday after demonstrations in the streets of Cologne.