I can only presume they were molesting German women.
Apparently the German police are now admitting it was a case of mistaken identity but that the Poles were aggressive to them.
Of course Polish police would never do anything along the lines of aggressively manhandling Polish citizens and therefore this must be an example of the German police targeting Poles:
Anti-terror police in Lodz lobbed stun grenades into a flat before storming it - only to realise they'd got the wrong address.
Two innocent people have been left injured after allegedly being brutally attacked by anti-terrorist police in Katowice.
According to reports on TVN24, authorities broke into the pair's flat whilst looking for another man, leaving the 24-year-old woman with a broken tooth and the 40-year-old man with bruises and a broken nose.
Officers from Poznan's Central Office of Investigation (CBS) have had to apologise again after they arrested the wrong man, the latest in a line of incidents where bungling cops have barged into the wrong flat. This time, their victim was a severely disabled 24-year-old man, left bruised and clinging to his mother by the affair.
The stories of the two sides differ, though. While admitting that police made a mistake and apologising, police spokesperson Andrzej Borowiak maintained that officers reacted to the man's strange behaviour and that they didn't break down any doors. The man's mother, though, showed reporters the splintered front door, and asked them rhetorically, "So, I did that myself?"
Oh, maybe not.