Munich. Football fans in Munich won't have the same fate as fans in Nuremberg - south-african horns or Vuvuzelas will be allowed during the World Cup.
Local authorities informed the city on friday about the decision - one day before the start of the World Cup. The city hopes that the fans handle the noisemakers "with regard and with care", says a spokeswoman. The situation will be observed closely. "We will have to see how many horns will actually be used."
The south-african Vuvuzelas can be as loud as 127 decibels, according to the data of the city of Nuremberg. Which was why the franconian city banned them from public usage. The city fears unacceptable noise disturbance for the residents.