A third bar, the Stammbar, was also vandalised on Sunday, although the managers of The Agenda and the Stammbar believe that these events are not related.
Frédéric Da Soghe (from the Stammbar) mentions that “there is a certain feeling of impunity because the police are slow to react when we call them for this kind of problem”.
We can only wonder whether this is an unfortunate coincidence or not. Nevertheless, this is a good time to support these places that we cherish!
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