Tyumen driver refused to get into the traffic police car, citing claustrophobia 14:00

The Tyumen driver refused to get into the traffic police patrol car, citing claustrophobia. In this respect reported In the press service of the courts of the Tyumen region.

It was noted that 23-year-old Yuri S. was stopped on the road to check his documents, and then he was put in the patrol car to prepare a report. However, the driver categorically refused to get into the car, citing claustrophobia, began waving his arms and then tried to escape. The violator was caught and fined 2 thousand rubles.

Previously, it was reported that there was a resident of the Krasnoyarsk Territory. deprived He received his driver’s license by complaining to the prosecutor’s office about the video recorders caught in his eyes. The ministry noted that the driver, who came from the city of Zaozerny, claimed that unidentified persons had placed recording devices on his eyes and that his vision had decreased as a result. It was also claimed that spy devices were placed in his ears and clothes. According to the man, these devices told him how to behave on the road.

Russians before raised St. A bus saving a pedestrian in St. Petersburg was captured on video.

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Source: Gazeta


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