So someone robbed a bank inside the EP. I was surprised that there is one inside the same building. Is it to make it easier for MEPs to manage their accounts during their lunch breaks? Anyway, there's something quite embarrassing about a crime taking place in a place where laws are passed.
I wonder if it will all turn out to be some sort of stunt?
And I hope that the EP won't go overboard on security now; like the EP spokesperson said:
"We can never guarantee 100 percent security," he explained. "But this is the European Parliament and as such must remain a public building open and accessible to European citizens."
And who knows, some day those citizens may take an interest in what goes on inside too.