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Radzyn Podlaski. He drove into a parked car, pressing it against the facade with his car. He was drunk

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A 57-year-old resident of Radzyń Podlaski (Lubelskie Voivodship) had nearly 2.5 per mille of alcohol in his body. He was arrested when he was sitting in the car with his foot on the accelerator pedal. According to police, the man drove into a parked car and pressed it with his car to the facade of the block.

The police received a report on Monday (April 17) before 1 am.

They went to one of the car parks in Radzyń Podlaski, where – as reported – they found a driver sitting in a car who drove into a parked car and pressed it with his car to the facade of the block.

A drunk driver crashed into a parked car Lublin Police

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Police: He said he wanted to buy more alcohol

“At the time of the arrest, the man kept pressing the gas pedal with his foot” – informs the aspirant Piotr Woszczak from the District Police Headquarters in Radzyń Podlaski.

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He pressed someone else’s car against the facade of the building Lublin Police

The officers immobilized the car and took the keys from the driver. It turned out that a 57-year-old from Radzyń Podlaski was behind the wheel. According to Woszczak, he told the police that he had to use the car because he wanted to buy alcohol.

He is facing up to two years in prison

“The sobriety test showed nearly 2.5 per mille of alcohol in his body” – reports Woszczak.

The man was arrested and spent the night in police custody. The car he was driving was towed to a guarded parking lot. The 57-year-old, for driving a car while intoxicated, is facing a penalty of up to two years in prison, loss of driving license, a high fine and a court disqualification from driving.

He was arrested while he was driving Lublin Police

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