Two Men Escape From Nursing Home, End Up At German Metal Festival


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Two elderly men escaped a nursing home in Germany to rock out at a heavy metal music festival.

Age is just a number for some people, and so it was for two elderly men who managed to escape from a nursing home in Germany and were eventually picked up hours later at a heavy metal festival.

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Sure, it wasn't the outcome they were hoping for, but getting a police escort back to a nursing home is pretty badarse.

The Metro reported that the ageing metal heads were reluctant to leave the party so police had to send them home in a taxi, escorted by a police vehicle.

When nurses realized that the two gentlemen were missing, they called the local authorities to help them locate the escapees. They were said to be, "disoriented and dazed".

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The lineup included Judas Priest, Danzig, Ghost, Hatebreed, In Flames and many others.

Organisers had warned against fire and dust risks as the heatwave continues to hit Europe.

Police praised revelers this year for good behaviour with little interference needed - it looks to me like everyone saw this pair and made a decision to respect their elders.

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