We headed to the National museum on our final day in berlin, we enjoyed the ground floor sculptures and paintings all was going fine until I encountered one of the most aggressive people ever - I was carrying a small handbag on my shoulder which she had a problem with - I speak a little german and explained that I couldn't understand her - she continued shouting at me in german at the top of her voice - german bystanders stepped in to translate but then said to me that she was being strange and I should just go to another room but she kept blocking my exit and shouting in german at me - I managed to get away from her and promptly left the museum after complaining to reception. I had passed about 10 other security personnel who had been fine. I heard her shouting another tourist 5 minutes later. I understand it’s irrational to expect people to speak another language but shouting it won’t make them understand either - there are ways of communicating that aren’t aggressive. It’s a shame it put a dampener on an otherwise amazing trip!
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