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Gdansk. They organized illegal snake shows, Tunisian citizens are in trouble

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Two men – citizens of Tunisia – will be held accountable for the illegal snake shows they organized at the St. Dominic in Gdansk. One of the men was fined and the other will appear in court.

The incident happened on Saturday, August 5. Information about two men leading to ul. Długa Street in Gdańsk, the policemen received a snake show from the city monitoring operator..

Two Tunisian citizens will be held responsible for illegal snake shows organized by them at St.  Dominic in Gdansk.  One of the men was fined, the other will appear in court and will be charged with breaking the provisions of the Protection Act.

The men were noticed by the city monitoring operatorKWP Gdańsk

“On the spot, policemen from the police station in Śródmieście identified two citizens Tunisia aged 39 and 41. The men presented documents proving that the snakes they kept were pythons and boas, the Provincial Police Headquarters in Gdańsk informed in a statement.

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The officers informed the men that they were breaking the law by displaying the snakes and handed them summons to report to the police station. The Tunisian citizens finished their presentation and left.

Two Tunisian citizens will be held responsible for illegal snake shows organized by them at St.  Dominic in Gdansk.  One of the men was fined, the other will appear in court and will be charged with breaking the provisions of the Protection Act.

As a result of the intervention, the men ended the presentationKWP Gdańsk

The men did not complete the formalities

On Tuesday, August 8, the men heard three charges for violating the provisions of the Animal Volunteer Act, the Nature Conservation Act and the Animal Health Protection and Combating Diseases Act.

“The younger of the men was punished with a cash fine for the offenses committed. The 41-year-old will stand trial and answer for presenting the animal outside the place designated for organizing such a show, in a place and in a way that does not guarantee the safety of people and animals. In addition, the Tunisian has not reported to the register conducted by the Mayor of the City of Gdańsk, that he has a reptile that is protected under the provisions of European Union law.

The man – as reported by the uniform – did not notify the Poviat Veterinary Inspectorate of his activities within the prescribed period.

As the police explain, the presentation of animals can only take place in certain places and under certain conditions, and after prior notification and an administrative decision by the Poviat Veterinary Inspectorate. In addition, if you have an animal that is protected under European Union law, you must report it to the register kept by the competent staroste.

Main photo source: KWP Gdańsk



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