After residents of the southwestern city of Eppelheim complained teenagers always sat on the top of benches, rather than on the seat itself which they dirtied with their shoes, Mayor Dieter Moerlein came up with the idea of putting the seat on top. The first of Mr Moerlein's benches was installed last week and he is already fielding calls from interested cities in Germany , he told Reuters on Tuesday. The mayor of 17 years calls them "no-interest" benches because teens have "no interest in following etiquette.
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Dieter Moerlein, mayor of Eppelheim, sits on his 'no-interest' bench in Eppelheim near Heidelberg, April 8 , BERLIN Reuters - A mayor in Germany is attracting interest from other cities after he installed a special park bench for town teens who refuse to sit properly. After residents of the southwestern city of Eppelheim complained teenagers always sat on the top of benches, rather than on the seat itself which they dirtied with their shoes, Mayor Dieter Moerlein came up with the idea of putting the seat on top. In a country reputed for its orderliness, putting your shoes on a public seat often earns a quick rebuke from passersby. In one extreme case, a year-old pensioner wounded an year-old man with a knife on Sunday after the teen would not take his feet off of a seat on a train. But in Eppelheim the bench has been a sufficient solution for all parties in a city best known for strudel and global food ingredient maker Rudolf Wild GmbH. Discover Thomson Reuters.
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