A drunk Russian tried to convince traffic cops that he wasn’t going anywhere 19:35

Traffic police in Voronezh detained a drunk driver who, when he saw patrol officers, stopped suddenly and said that he was not going anywhere. In this respect reports “Ministry of Internal Affairs Media”.

“State traffic inspectors in the Liski area, while on duty to ensure road safety on Sverdlov Street of the city of Liski, noticed a foreign car, and the driver of this car stopped suddenly when he saw the patrol car,” the police report states.

The moment when the gray crossover suddenly stopped was recorded by the video recorder installed in the patrol car. The driver agreed to take a drunkenness test, but claimed that he was not driving the vehicle and was standing still during the process.

During the check, it was revealed that the 29-year-old man was drunk. He faces deprivation of rights for 1.5-2 years and a fine of 30 thousand rubles.

Previously a drunk driver in Transbaikalia he called himself In order not to be deprived of his rights, his brother’s name was given.

Source: Gazeta


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