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"Crystal Mett": Lauterbach jokes about Söder slips of the tongue
When CSU boss Markus Söder tries to speak English, "Crystal Meth" becomes "Crystal Mett". The Internet mocks - at the forefront: Minister of Health Karl Lauterbach.
With a slip of the tongue on the subject of drugs, CSU boss Markus Söder has the ridicule of the Federal Minister of Health Karl Lauterbach (SPD) attracted. At the CDU party conference in Hanover on Saturday, Söder criticized the legalization of cannabis planned by the traffic light coalition and wanted to emphasize that harder drugs such as crystal meth could then possibly also be released. However, he mispronounced the English "th" and said "Crystal Mett," which reminded Lauterbach and some social media users of the chopped meat spread popular in some regions.
"Despite this scathing criticism from @Markus_Soeder, the legalization of cannabis promote Chrystal-Mett consumption, let's not hesitate," Lauterbach wrote on Twitter about the determination of the federal government.
"At least vegetarians remain safe." Lauterbach made a spelling mistake himself: The synthetic drug is spelled "Crystal" in English and not "Chrystal".