The ghoulish discovery was made at an old German cemetery in the village of Modliszów, in Lower Silesia, which was part of Germany before WWII.
Officers had gone to an address in the city of Poznań where they expected to find a stash of illegal guns, but instead came across 11 huge snakes, most of which were pythons and anacondas.
Sergeant Marcin Szpyruk was on holiday with his family in the coastal resort of Sztutowo when he spotted the 12-year-old floundering in the water.
Two people were hospitalised with serious injuries after their Robinson R44 light helicopter crashed into the Vistula river near Sady, outside Warsaw, at about 14:00 on Thursday, the local fire chief informed PAP.
The works of art which went missing from the Municipal Museum in Bydgoszcz during and shortly after World War II included paintings and graphic works from Leon Wyczółkowski, one of the leading representatives of realistic painting of the Young Poland period.
Ambassador Artur Michalski visited the Belarusian Foreign Ministry on Tuesday to rebuke officials after learning about the detentions as the desperate mum of one of the students says she hasn’t heard from her son since Monday night and pleads for his release.
Police have arrested 48 people after LGBT rights activists staged a protest on Friday evening in central Warsaw over a court decision to detain another LGBT rights activist for damaging a van with anti-LGBT slogans in June. The protest evolved into skirmishes with police.
The government has announced new coronavirus guidelines following a record infection rise over three days of last week, peaking at 658 cases on Saturday.
During Saturday ceremonies in Warsaw marking Police Day, President Andrzej Duda thanked Polish police officers for their actions in the fight against Covid-19 pandemic.
Anti-terror cops launched a man hunt for Afghan war veteran Kamil S. after he fled into forests with his pet puma Nubia when zoo officials tried taking the animal away from him.