Danish students leave under heightened police scrutiny
Several busloads of Danish students who spent their spring school-break in Prague this week left the capital under heightened police scrutiny over the weekend. The Danish visitors made headlines with several incidents of alcohol-fuelled violence in hotel rooms and the streets of Prague. One student was stabbed in his hotel room and two others were detained after assaulting officers in a brawl started by a group of 15 Danish students on Wenceslas Square. The Danish Embassy has apologized for the incidents. Two busses which were to have taken the students back failed to arrive for fear of problems and replacement busses had to be found. Another 6,000 Danish students are due to arrive in the Czech capital next week.