Munich The Munich police picked up a wire-haired dachshund at Munich’s Ostbahnhof that had traveled twelve stops on the S-Bahn alone in the city. According to the police, a first “interrogation of the dachshund” was inconclusive. The dog is back with its owner.
S-Bahn travel instead of walking: a dachshund went on a train ride alone in Munich and drove his master crazy with it. The animal had stood in Grafing near Munich without an owner on the platform and got on the train towards the city center, the federal police announced on Thursday. Passengers noticed the wire-haired dachshund and alerted the police – twelve stations later the helpers received the dog at the Ostbahnhof.
A first “interrogation” of the dachshund was inconclusive, it said in the message. “He responded to the administration of water, dry food and pats (…) only with loving looks.” But before the wire-haired dachshund could go to an animal shelter, the dachshund and owner got together again.
The 49-year-old fell asleep on the S-Bahn when his dog got off the train to continue the journey alone, the police said. While “Lemmy” drove to the Ostbahnhof, the Ebersberger searched every train station before he met his darling at the Ostbahnhof with the federal police. Together they started their journey home.