Russian woman fined after her 13-year-old daughter was taken to a children’s hospital while intoxicated 22:34

A Kaliningrad resident will be held administratively liable, reports press office Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia for the region.

On March 27, a 13-year-old girl was taken to the department of the city children’s hospital in Kaliningrad. Doctors diagnosed him with moderate poisoning. The female student was reported to be very drunk.

Police teams found that the 7th grade student was drinking alcoholic beverages in one of the courtyards in the Moscow district of the city. Later, his health deteriorated, and passersby called an ambulance.

To date, the child affairs inspector held a preemptive interview with the victim. It was also reported that PND inspectors had drawn up an administrative protocol against the girl’s mother. Now the parents of the child will have to pay a fine of up to 2,000 rubles.

Store employees who distribute alcoholic products to a teenager will also be held responsible. Fines will be imposed for violating the rules on the sale of ethyl alcohol, alcoholic and alcohol-containing products. The fine in this case will be 30 thousand rubles.

Previously 11 years old in Moscow schoolboy drunk after homemade breakfast and was taken to hospital.

Source: Gazeta


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