Scotland: Bavarian princess arrested for "offensive remarks"

What’s a Muslim woman doing at a beer festival like this?

Police had to wait until a cell became free because court staff didn’t want her to share with other prisoners due to her background. (LOL!)

It appears she made “racially aggravated remarks” to a Muslim woman by the name of Farah Hussain during the event, reports the Turkish World Bull. 


But Islam is not a race and a Muslim woman has no business to go to a beer festival.  Perhaps the police should arrest Farah Hussein and give her a public flogging instead.

Princess+Theodora+12th+Annual+Latin+GRAMMY+DgxW0Iz8fb0lPrincess Theodora Sayn-Wittgenstein of Bavaria had been visiting Scotland Germany and was due to fly home on Sunday.

A German princess has appeared in court accused of threatening to kill Muslims and calling police officers paedophiles at a posh Scots bash.

Princess Theodora Sayn-Wittgenstein is also charged with shouting homophobic abuse and attacking fellow revellers and security staff at the exclusive event in St Andrews on Saturday.

The 27-year-old, whose mum is Swedish and whose dad is a German prince, was at the Oktoberfest party at Kinkell Farm with a host of drunken toffs from around the world.

It is one of the highlights of the social calendar with students at the university where the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge met and fell in love.

Sayn-Wittgenstein, from Bavaria, was arrested at the party and locked in a cell over the weekend before appearing from custody at Cupar Sheriff Court.

Officers hustled her in through a back door with a coat over her head.

It is understood they had to wait until a cell became free because court staff didn’t want her to share with other prisoners due to her background.

The princess’s lawyer, Douglas Williams, told the court his client spoke perfect English but much of what he was saying was going over her head because she was “very upset”.

The German royal looked shellshocked when she appeared before Sheriff Charles MacNair with her eyes red and puffy from crying.

She pled not guilty to nine charges, all related to assault, threatening and abusive behaviour and obstructing police at the Oktoberfest bash.

Sayn-Wittgenstein is accused of assaulting and kicking one fellow guest, racially abusing a second and making a comment about “killing Muslims”, then kicking and trying to headbutt a third.

Other charges include making homophobic and offensive comments to security staff at the event, resisting arrest and accusing police of being paedophiles.

Sayn-Wittgenstein was bailed to an address in central London but will be allowed to return home to Germany. Trial date was set for July at Dundee Sheriff Court.

The St Andrews Charity Oktoberfest draws in hundreds of guests from around the world with tickets raffled off due to huge demand.

An online event page said more than 1400 people wanted to attend this year.

Days before Saturday’s party, one of the organisers wrote on Facebook: “Our band – with which many of you are familiar by now – is preparing its ride up from Bavaria.

“5000 litres of original Paulaner beer as well as a variety of Bavarian foods have already crossed the Border and more than enough Jägermeister awaits you at Kinkell Byre.”

Since the first bash in 2006, Oktoberfest – where guests dress in lederhosen and down tankards of beer – has reached legendary status among students.

Last year’s event raised £21,000 for children with cancer and leukaemia.

Kinkell Byre is a series of converted farm buildings in St Andrews hosting events like concerts, dinner dances and weddings. The website says it can hold up to 550 people in its three function rooms.

Commenting on the alleged incident on Saturday, a spokesman for St Andrews University said: “Oktoberfest was a private party that took place outside St Andrews.

“Neither the university nor St Andrews Students’ Association were involved.”

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World Bull / News Desk

Princess Theodora Sayn-Wittgenstein of Bavaria has been arrested by police in Scotland after she made offensive remarks about ‘killing Muslims’ in a spat at a St Andrews University charity event at the weekend.

She had been charged with making the racially aggravated remarks to a Muslim woman by the name of Farah Hussain during the event, as well as other charges of aggrivated behavior including insulting police officers and assault.

She had been visiting Scotland from Bavaria, Germany, and was due to fly home on Sunday. Police later released her on bail and set her trial date for July.

Her lawyer claimed that the 27-year-old princess plans to return to Germany while she awaits trial.

The princess denied the charges put against her.

8 thoughts on “Scotland: Bavarian princess arrested for "offensive remarks"”

  1. Fairly typical – a thin skinned muslim cretin puts someone at risk because it cannot take an honest comment!!!

  2. The lady is not afraid to vent her anti-Islam views even though she was sloshed! Mohammedans in Germany might feel threatened if more Germans held her views. Won’t happen … sigh.

  3. I’ve always wanted to go to the British Isles, but I’m not so sure any longer. I’d probably simply get arrested at the airport the first time I opened my mouth. Orwellian dystopia is the logical outcome of the twin mental illnesses of political correctness and multiculturalism.

  4. Of course, they’re going to arrest her, she’s white, educated, blonde and beautiful. What more do we need to know?

  5. Threatening to kill the perpetually death-threat-uttering muslims?!

    Say it isn’t so LOL!

    Ah, such sweet, beautiful drunk-talk; I think I’m in love!


  6. “Raaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaacally aggravated remarks”?

    So, what is islam? A “raaaaaaaaaaaace”? Or a “religion”? If it’s a “raaaaaaaaaaaaaaaace”, lets cut the special requests they make on the grounds that they are a ‘religion’ .

    PS: And what are muslims doing at an Oktoberfest? Is islam now a “rrrrrreligion of Piss and love”?

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