A pregnant woman has been attacked in Germany after she walked past a supermarket and tried to buy something.
The attacker took her shopping, according to police, and when she got home he punched her.
He also left a note for her father saying, “You’re pregnant, you better get rid of this.
We’re going to take over the world and make you pregnant.”
The attack happened on Friday, February 13, in the eastern city of Hesse.
The attacker, a 29-year-old man from the eastern state of Baden-Wuerttemberg, was arrested and will be extradited to Germany, according to German newspaper Der Spiegel.
He has been identified as Andreas Klatt.
Police said that the woman was attacked by Klatt when she was shopping in the shopping center of Königstraße in Hesse, in Baden Wuertts, Germany.
The attack happened at around 1:30 p.m. local time, and the attacker was arrested immediately after.
Klatt was arrested in September and faces two counts of attempted murder.
“This is an extreme example of a person who has been committing crimes in Germany in the last few months, but the consequences have been severe,” said Police Chief Thomas Mitterlehner.
Police said the woman had been in Germany for six months, and had worked for Klatt since February.
“I think the man needs to be held accountable for his actions,” Mitterthorn said.
“We have not found the perpetrator yet, but we do believe this is an instance of a very serious crime.”
KLatt is scheduled to be extraditing to Germany.
He faces charges of attempted homicide, aggravated assault, and aggravated criminal damage.
In February, an 18-year old German man stabbed a 16-year veteran of the German army in the stomach after he refused to give up his gun.
The man also attacked an officer in his home country of Germany, who was stabbed multiple times.