Because he was driving his car under the influence of alcohol, police officers in kulmbach compulsorily stopped the shopping trip of a 54-year-old man from the kulmbach district on saturday morning. The driver can now expect a fine and a driving ban.
Initial suspicions confirmed
Shortly before eight o'clock in the morning, a civilian patrol of the kulmbach police checked the opel driver in albert-ruckdeschel-strabe. The officers smelled of alcohol. A first test quickly confirmed the initial suspicion – the man had more than one per mille of alcohol in him.
He had to leave his car in a supermarket parking lot and accompany the officers to the police station. The policemen kept the dog for the time being. An alcohol test that could be used in court during the inspection finally revealed an alcohol level of 1.06 per mille. Thus, the man was just below the limit of absolute impaired driving, which is why he escaped criminal proceedings.
500 euro bubgeld
His drunk-driving ticket came to a comparatively mild end with a 500-euro fine, two points in the flensburg traffic database and a one-month ban from driving.