You can’t always rely on technology either: A driver duped by his navigation system canceled a theater show in the Mecklenburg Lake District. The man wanted Hess to go to a hotel in Waren an der Müritz, but he headed to the nearby open-air theater at the time of the show. As the director of the Moritz saga, Nils Doyle, said on Friday. “Fortunately, the performance was interrupted by the rain so no one was hurt.” The Müritz Saga sand theater with medieval buildings is located in a public park, where there are also hotels.
The driver had followed the navigation system, but pushed aside a theater makers’ warning beacon and drove to the illuminated theater floor rather than the hotel parking lot. “I told him he had to stay with the car, but the guy got ahead of it and turned around and got stuck,” Doyle said. The car was lying on the bottom of the car, and the towing company was no longer available. Then the show was canceled even though the rain had stopped. Now the car will be recovered from the Rheingau-Taunus region.