The purpose behind the assault was unclear and the police had been investigating.
New Zealand police arrested a person who smashed the glass doorways of the parliament with an axe on Wednesday, though he didn’t try and enter the constructing.
Police had been referred to as to the parliament constructing, referred to as the Beehive, about 5.30 a.m. after a 31-year-old man was noticed with an axe. He was arrested in about 10 minutes, the police stated in a press release.
“The man caused some damage to glass panels but did not attempt to enter the building,” the police stated.
New Zealand’s lawmakers are on summer season break, and there have been few folks within the constructing on the time. The purpose behind the assault was unclear and the police had been investigating.
The man is because of seem in Wellington district court docket in a while Wednesday and has been charged with intentional injury and possession of an offensive weapon.
In one other uncommon assault in 2019, Climate Change minister James Shaw was punched within the face whereas strolling to work.