“Nightjet Vienna-Venice. No 2G obligation. Practically no one wears a mask in the seated carriage. This ruthlessness is really damn… ”- so began the protest of the editor-in-chief of the small Viennese weekly newspaper“ Falter ”on Twitter. A little later Florian Klenk put the next picture online: It shows the interior of the train toilet. His text: “I am traveling here now. Because there is now a ban on masks in the 6-person compartments. “
It is not known whether Klenk spent the entire journey from Vienna to Venice (around nine hours) on the train toilet. For the other passengers it is to be hoped that at least sometimes the toilet was not occupied.
The “Falter” editor-in-chief has also become known to a larger readership because he repeatedly criticizes the public sector circuits in all print and online media, but the proportion of advertising by the City of Vienna, the ORF and other public institutions in many editions of the “Falter” totaled to almost 50 percent.
Klenk was also under criticism when he sent the confidential act of the well-known chat affair with unredacted phone numbers of government members via the unsecured WhatsApp messaging service. Klenk also recently had to publicly deny that Heinz-Christian Strache was wearing an amulet “made from his own urine” – that was what the “Falter” had claimed in an issue.