After sightseeing during the day, it was time to take the plunge.“I just got in a taxi and asked the driver to take me to a brothel."I saw a prostitute standing on the street and my friends explained that it was common here.It was then that I thought 'oh my God, this is the place for me.'” So two years later Andrew returned, alone, to Heidelberg. And it's close to Frankfurt, where I knew there were lots of prostitutes,” he said.By registering for TCC, you become a member of the Service (a "Member"), and you agree to be bound by the terms and conditions of this Agreement (the "Terms") for as long as you continue to be a Member. YOUR CONTINUED USE OF THE SERVICE CONSTITUTES YOUR ACCEPTANCE OF ANY CHANGES.IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO THE TERMS, PLEASE DO NOT REGISTER FOR THE CHRISTIANCAFE. By becoming a member you agree to receive email mailings from TCC or through TCC."I was fascinated by Germany initially because of the cars," he said."Then I got into reading about the Second World War and really got into learning about the country.” 'I saw a prostitute and thought this is the place for me' He had a moment of revelation in 2000 when he was in Germany with some friends on holiday.
It is believed a number of people have been hurt although the extent of their injuries is unclear.
In frightening phone footage filmed at the scene, a train passenger explains there has been an axe attack."We are at the (Duesseldorfer) central station, someone just committed an attack with an axe, right next to us and attacked people," he tells the camera.
He then flips his phone camera round to show what appears to be two injured people lying on the station floor surrounded by police and medics.
"Right next to us, two metres away but no one could do anything.
We just stood there and started screaming."The station is reportedly on lockdown and has been sealed off by anti-terror cops.
Four years later, he befriended a local dog-catcher who lived in the same building as his family, and began accompanying him on his rounds.