- When the access of the Czech nuclear power plant Temelin went this week suddenly off the alarm bells . The super- sensitive equipment had measured radiation at one of the employees.
What was the case?
The man had eaten the night before meat of a wild boar from the Bohemian Forest. Many of the pigs in the park are still contaminated with radioactivity from the nuclear disaster at Chernobyl in 1986. For men, the meal provided otherwise in danger. The amount of radiation was well below the norm.