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Ryszard Wilk, a member of parliament from the Confederation, was drunk and insulted the police

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Ryszard Wilk, an MP from the Confederation, was sitting on the road in Kamionka Mała in Lesser Poland and was blocking the road, he smelled of alcohol – reported “Gazeta Wyborcza”. As she wrote, he insulted and attacked the intervening policemen. The politician commented on this on social media. “Stress and emotions will always find an outlet, but they should never be like this. I have already met with the police and we explained things,” he wrote.

“Gazeta Wyborcza” wrote that “the MP of the Confederation and the candidate of… elections to the European Parliament, was found on the road in Kamionka Mała. “He was unable to walk on his own, and in the end he insulted and attacked the intervening policemen,” it was reported. This happened on Friday, May 10, in the evening. Then – as “GW” writes – officers from the police station in Nawojowa in the Lesser Poland Voivodeship received a report that in the town of Kamionka Mała a man was sitting on the road and blocking the road.

“The police went to the spot. They smelled alcohol coming from the man sitting on the road. According to the officers, he was unable to get up on his own, the police had to pick him up and take him to the police car. Only there did he take out his parliamentary ID. It turned out that it was Confederation MP Ryszard Wilk,” it was written. The police called the MP's brother to take him home.

“While waiting for the transport, the deputy became furious, started waving his arms and calling the policemen: 'you are making me look like a clown, whore…, whore…, you are exposing yourself to ridicule, you will be held accountable, sit down' – he shouted and tried to escape from the police car,” he further reports. “Wyborcza”. He adds that “at some point” MP Wilk allegedly attacked one of the officers and ripped off his epaulette and camera. Finally, the brother and father took the messenger home.

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Justyna Rataj-Mykietyn, spokeswoman for the District Prosecutor's Office in Nowy Sącz, told “Wyborcza” that an investigation is underway in this case at the district prosecutor's office, and investigators are collecting evidence to determine whether there are grounds for initiating proceedings for a crime, among others, under Art. 226 of the Penal Code. This article covers insulting a public official in connection with the performance of official duties. This act is punishable by a fine, restriction of liberty or imprisonment for up to one year.

Ryszard WilkPAP/Marcin Obara

Wilk: I met with the policemen, we explained things

MP Wilk issued a statement on social media in the evening.

“Regarding media reports about my incident with the police. I confirm that such a situation took place. Stress and emotions will always find an outlet, but they should never be in this way. I have already met with the policemen and we explained the issues, they accepted my apology, but the matter has become a media topic. I apologize to all of you for the situation. I will not comment on the details of the event. I hope that the situation will not require it, but I do not intend to use any parliamentary privileges in this matter,” he wrote on Facebook.

Main photo source: PAP/Marcin Obara

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