Migrants burn down $10 million refugee center because they were not given enough Nutella and gummy bears


Gummy bears (illustration) 
By: Feng Qian

(Scroll down for video) Two migrants were arrested on a charge of arson after allegedly burning down a refugee center because they were not given enough Nutella spread, according to police in Germany.

Dusseldorf police said that they have arrested Adel D. and Mohammed B., after being accused of setting fire to the building, causing people to suffer from burns.

The two suspects were charged with aggravated arson and dangerous bodily harm.

According to the police investigation, the fire was set during the month of Ramadan, during which time the refugee center served hot food only early in the morning and late at night.

Lunch at the center was canceled during Ramadan, causing a rift between Muslims and non-Muslims. To ease the tension, The Red Cross served Nutella spread, gummy bears and chocolate.

Most of the migrants were satisfied, but a few still complained.

One day, Adel D. and Mohammed B. began shouting for more gummy bears and Nutella spread, claiming that they were not given enough.

They then set fire to the center, causing it to burn to the ground. The fire caused $10 million in damages and caused 26 people to suffer injuries.

Luckily, the fire did not cause any fatalities.