A drunk bit into the hand of a police officer during a control at the Traunstein train station. The 41-year-old and his companion were noticed by the officials because they did not wear a mouth and nose cover, as the federal police announced on Tuesday. The man was therefore unable to identify himself and insulted and threatened the officers. When they asked him to come to the station, he clung to a banister. When the officers tried to loosen the grip, he bit shut. The incident occurred on Friday, according to the announcement. A breath alcohol test showed a value of just under 3.3 per thousand. The 41-year-old is now being investigated for, among other things, resistance to law enforcement officers, insults, bodily harm and threats. In addition, he and his companion must answer for a violation of the Infection Protection Act.