: Pig's head found in front of Merkel's office

16:43 May. 14, 2016

Pig's head found in front of Merkel's office

German Chancellor Angela Merkel speaks during a panel discussion at a Europe Forum, hosted by Germany's WDR television and broadcast service, at the Foreign Ministry, in Berlin, Germany, May 12, 2016 (AP Photo)

64% of Germans would not like to see Merkel stay on for another term

The identified individuals placed a pig's head with an insulting inscription in front of German Chancellor Angela Merkel's constituency office in Stralsund.

Patrol police officers discovered the animal's head on early Saturday morning, May 14, police officials say.

The police refused to comment what was exactly written. However, they said, the insult was directed against Angela Merkel.

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The police started investigating the case of insult against the Chancellor.

Earlier, Deutsche Welle wrote that 64% of Germans would not like to see Angela Merkel see her at the helm of Germany after the 2017 elections.

Merkel has been the Chancellor of Germany since 2005, and the leader of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) since 2000.

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