World most famed beer sees lowest number of visitors but increase in sex crimes

The world’s most famed beer fest experienced its lowest turnout since the September 11th 2001 attacks, but at the same time had an increase in sex crimes reported.

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About 5.6 million people visited Munich’s Oktoberfest – also known as Wiesn – which ended on Monday. This was a drop of 300,000 compared to the previous year and the lowest number of visitors since the September 11th 2001 attacks in the US. That year, 5.5 million people visited the beer fest.

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Last year’s Oktoberfest also found a decline in visitors, with a fall of 400,000 individuals from 2014 to 5.9 million.

Munich heightened security measures amid terror worries that were continuing throughout Europe and in the aftermath of recent violent assaults in southern Germany. In the exact same week, train passengers were assaulted by a teenager in Würzburg with an ax and a guy blew himself up outside a music festival in Ansbach.

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Both Würzburg attackers and the Ansbach apparently had been in contact with members of terror group Isis.

For the very first time in the fest’s more than 200-year history, organizers put in position entry checks for everyone.

This year as the variety of visitors fell, so did the total quantity of offense, with a decrease of 15 percent compared to last year.

Coordinators said this was due to greater knowledge on the part of authorities.

However, the group “Safer Wiesn for Women and Girls ” counted 215 girls who came for help to a security checkpoint – last year upward from 197 – and 18 of the girls had experienced violence.