French Muslims Play Massacre Prank on Train Passengers – Are Quickly Jailed for 3 Years
Two French Muslims played a massacre prank on train passengers to Mantes-la-Jolie. The two threatened to set off a bomb on the train. They thought it would be funny.
The men were promptly arrested and sentenced to three years in prison.
Last week Muslim Ayoub El Khazzani boarded a train from Brussels to Paris with a Kalashnikov, a handgun and a bag full of ammo. He was tackled and hogtied by three Americans after he tried to slaughter the passengers on the train.
Khazzani’s father told reporters his son was a “good boy” who was misled by European officials who sold him empty promises and then dumped him on the street.
Two men have been sent to prison after their “joke” about kicking off a “second” Charlie Hebdo attack while on a train in France saw them arrested.
The French public were still on high alert on Sunday morning after a terror attack was thwarted on a Paris-bound train on Friday.
Perhaps with this in mind, two men in their early twenties thought it would be a laugh to threaten a terror attack on another train, this one bound for Mantes-la-Jolie, north west of Paris.
The men, aged 22 and 23, told passengers on the train that “everything was about to blow up” and that they would kick off a “Charlie Hebdo 2”, referring to the terror attack at the Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris in January that left 12 dead.
The pair reportedly asked train passengers if they were Muslim, telling them to clear out quickly if this were the case to be spared.
One witness told Le Parisien that the men claimed to have put a bomb under one of the seats.
Terrified passengers alerted the driver, who stopped the train and waited for police.
The men were promptly arrested, and by Monday evening were sentenced to three years and 18 months of prison respectively for glorifying terrorist acts (apologie d’actes terroriste).