Munich shooter Ali Sonboly gunned down nine people in Munich in July and then shot himself.
Sonboly was an 18 year-old German-Iranian national from Munich.
Ali Sonboly lured children to McDonald’s with the promise of free prizes before he shot them dead. (Telegraph)
The shooter was screaming, “Allahu Akbar!”
The Muslim killer was caught on tape gunning down children at a local McDonald’s.
BREAKING: Munich police say gunman was 18-year-old man with German and Iranian citizenship
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The German man who stood up to Ali Sonboly is being charged for “insulting” the killer.
A MAN who famously stood up to the Munich shooter after he killed nine people is facing being charged by a prosecutor for insulting the killer.
Thomas Salbey, 57, saw the shooting happening from his balcony in the Bavarian capital on July 22.
In an attempt to stop 18 year old Ali Sonboly from further slaughtering people, he swore at the shooter as he was standing in a car park below.
Sonboly shouted at him: “I am a German.”
Footage of the feisty exchange went viral as thousands praised Mr Salbey for standing up to the deluded teenager.
The plucky German also hurled a beer bottle at the attacker in a desperate attempt to stop him.
He said: “All I had was a beer bottle to throw at him, but if I had a gun I would have shot him in the head.”
Loner Sonboly had just shot dead nine people, mainly young teenagers he had lured to McDonald’s on the premise of free food.
The German-Iranian also injured 16 others during the rampage before he killed himself a kilometre away from the Munich Olympiad shopping centre he carried the shooting out at.
Now, in a twist of German justice, Mr Salbey is now facing charges for standing up to the killer who shot himself in the head.
Florian Weinzierl, spokesman from the Munich State Prosecutor’s office, confirmed the Munich resident is being investigated.