University Post
University of Copenhagen
Independent of management


Here is the printer that shut down Copenhagen

Offending printer had police at full terrorism alert chasing down an innocent University of Copenhagen student

It is menacing and certainly suspicious looking. Maybe a little Islamist? Here is the end result of an armed police action in Copenhagen on 28 August:

A Hewlett Packard F-series printer that, smuggled inside the suitcase of University of Copenhagen student Alisiv Ceran, and accompanying him on the train on his way to an exam, aroused so much suspicion that a fellow commuter phoned the police, suspecting Ceran was a terrorist.

Read: Police manhunt has innocent UCPH student hiding in handicap toilet.

Luckily the strange printing procedures are soon to be a thing of the past.

Like us on Facebook for features, guides and tips on upcoming events. Follow us on Twitter for links to other Copenhagen academia news stories. Sign up for the University Post weekly newsletter here, and then follow the University Post on Instagram here.