An unidentified man in the centre of Munich doused himself with gasoline and set on fire

From his injuries the man died at the hospital.
In the Central square of Munich in Germany, a man committed arson. Reported by the Associated Press. Police said that 54-year-old resident of Munich, who is not yet identified, arrived about 3 a.m. Friday at the Marienplatz, where the city hall of the Bavarian capital.
He poured a few liters of gasoline and committed arson. It is reported that passers-by extinguished the flames. The victim was taken to the hospital, but he died. The motives of men to the end not clear.
Police reported that the man had scrawled a slogan on his car “will never be war on German soil” and “amry is just the tip of the iceberg.”
Probably refers to a Tunisian Anis Amri, which truck did hit a Christmas market in Berlin. Then dozens of people died and were injured.

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