The arrest took place during the 1st Kalisz Equality March, which at 15:00 made his way through the streets of the city.
– The municipal leader stood under the town hall and watched the march. At some point he began to dance and sing, which attracted journalists' attention. As they approached, he began to insult them, to push them. I asked him directly if he was drunk because I could smell the alcohol. After a brief exchange of views, he was arrested by four officers from the Police Prevention Department in Poznań – Zaremba told us.
The journalist has recorded the moment of imprisonment and the portal has reported him on Facebook.
During the Equalization March, the police told us that they had previously detained a person "in violation of the integrity of an official". "He's a 60-year-old man," said Asp. Anna Jaworska-Wojnicz from the city police headquarters in Kalisz.
In the evening it was officially confirmed that the inmate was Sylwiusz J. ̵
The man was detained in the police department for disillusionment, which is why, as Anna Jaworska-Wojnicz explained, activities are held on Monday.
He did not want to leave the stage
These are not the first problems of the municipal administrator Żelazków. In July it got loud when, during the party – Niedziela u Niechciców & # 39; in Russów the village chief unexpectedly appeared in the mansion and on stage. Later he did not want to leave her.
– The investigation of sobriety revealed that he was more than two per thousand – said Anna Jaworska-Wojnicz of the police in Kalisz.
The inadequate head was eventually returned from the stage. He did not leave the museum until the police arrived.
Congregation leader Żelazkowa had problems four years ago when he married under the influence of alcohol. Two years later, a "blue card" was issued to his family, and Sylwiusz J. heard allegations of abuse of relatives and insulting firefighters.
When he refused to leave home in February, he was detained for a month. He left earlier at the request of family.
Equality march in Kalisz
And the Kalisz Equality March marched through the streets of the city on Sunday. His march participants brought among other things with banners and rainbow flags. As they reported, they marched against discrimination against women, refugees, emigrants, people with disabilities, people with a different sexual orientation, a different skin color or other religious beliefs than Catholics.
Nearly 9,000 signed the protest against the march. People. A letter went in to President Kalisz last week.
At the Kalisz Town Hall, 250 applications for the organization of other assemblies were submitted at the same time. Among them were: a picket to defend the family and tradition, a picket for lovers of Chopin's creativity, a public rosary for the nation, a picket for raisin cheesecake lovers, a picket line that launched the Sumatran orangutan Pang Abelia in Poland.
Finally, the town hall decided that six public gatherings could be held legally on Saturday, September 21st, and 26 clubs could be organized on Sunday, September 22nd.
An administrative hearing in the Kalisz office was devoted to organizing the Equality March. On Sunday, the march marched through the streets of the city.
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