Baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa – neither for men nor for women: On the Isar in Munich, women are allowed to sunbathe without sun. The city council decided unanimously on Wednesday. An urgent request by the CSU parliamentary group to amend the urban swimwear regulation for the Isar region was adopted without opposition. The ordinance stipulates that swimwear must be worn outside designated naturist areas.
He left open so far what swimwear means. This will change in the future as the regulation specifically states that "the primary genitals must be covered". That means: A bathing suit is enough. Neither men nor women therefore have to wear tops.
The discussion had arisen after the Munich media reported that a security service commissioned by the city had asked women who were sunbathing at the top to wear a bikini top. "In the sense of" live and let live "and a clarity in the enforcement of the regulation this is to be changed accordingly", it was said in the request for urgency of the CSU.
Sahara dust dampens the sun's rays
Meanwhile, a new record was recorded in Germany. 38.6 degrees were measured on Wednesday in East Germany – thus the previous June record has been cracked. According to provisional data, the new maximum value was recorded at two locations: in Coschen, on the German-Polish border in Brandenburg, and in Bad Muskau in Saxony. This was announced by the German Weather Service in Offenbach. The previous record had been at 38.5 degrees, measured on 27 and 28 June 1947 in Bühlertal in Baden-Württemberg.
That Wednesday also the temperature record of 40.3 degrees is broken since the beginning of the record, a DWD meteorologist on Wednesday night described as unlikely. "The conditions for an all-time record are not ideal. Sahara dust in the air dampens the sun. In addition, cumulus clouds are spreading. "It was hottest on Wednesday in Germany in a wide horizontal band, which led from the Lausitz on Saxony to Saarland.
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