French Aquatic Centers Shut Down After Hundreds of 'Youths' Wreak Havoc

Authorities were forced to shut down multiple aquatic facilities in France after hundreds of 'young people' wreaked havoc over the weekend, according to reports.

The disturbing incidents unfolded on Saturday in the department of Moselle.

As employees of the Aquarives nautical center in Hagondange were opening the doors to the public, a horde of hundreds of 'youths' forced their way inside.

“All of a sudden, we had to deal with a massive influx of people who jumped over the gates and turnstiles and bent the fences to be able to enter through the gardens,” said Bastien Grandin, director of the facility.

Police responded immediately in an effort to restore order as some 1,500 people overwhelmed the center, where capacity is reportedly 1,247.

“There was a big jostling and great tension,” police said in a statement.

Officers were also deployed to swimming parks facing similar disturbances in the nearby communes of Amnéville and Montigny-lès-Metz.

"These two establishments, overwhelmed by the crowds, had to close their doors earlier than planned," Le Républicain Lorraine reports.

The Aquarives facility remained closed on Sunday, presenting a "significant financial loss for the nautical center," according to Grandin.

"But we took advantage of this day to restore the place and begin to inventory the damage and to evaluate the loss. Witnesses will send us the videos they have recorded and which should allow us to identify the fraudsters and thus to file a complaint."

The incidents are just the latest in a slew of similar episodes taking place at recreation parks and swimming pools across Europe, as Infowars has reported.

In 2019, a staunchly feminist magazine in Germany defied the rules of mainstream journalism, penning a scathingly frank exposé on the destruction of European swimming culture by migrants and foreign men.


Americans are being deliberately deprived of food and energy as part of the Globalist Great Reset.

(PHOTO: Sebastian Gollnow/picture alliance via Getty Images)

Dan Lyman on Gab

Author image

About Dan Lyman

Dan Lyman serves as a foreign correspondent for Infowars.
  • Europe