Curbs on the central islands in and around the Bundesplatz in Lucerne have been glowing blue and white since Sunday morning. Apparently, FCL fans posted the colorful colors on the curbs on Saturday night after the match against the Servette around 9:30 pm as reported by the online platform Zentralplus. Franz Weber, technical clerk in the city of Lucerne, confirmed the request that the city return an ad against the unknown. Whether the paint was washed is not yet clear. It has to be clear first, what its color is and how much effort it takes, so Weber. However, he may think that cleaning is necessary for security reasons. Lucerne police denied it – on Saturday there were no patrols on the site. The police decided for each match, what was needed for a squad. Saturday's game against Servette was categorized as "greener" and therefore less dangerous, spokesman Urs Wigger said. Elements of concrete are painted. For example, at Bleicherstrasse in Lucerne on the bridge over the railroad tracks. The "embellishments" were discovered at the beginning of the year. To the extent it is now in the Bundesplatz but no cases are known, says Franz Weber. The offense could be punishable by a jail sentence of up to three years or a fine, Zentralplus police said in a similar motion.