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Rouen: a man launches a false bomb threat to take revenge on a nightclub


In Rouen, a 32-year-old man contacted the police, declaring that he had left a parcel bomb in the nightclub "Le duc" which had ...

In Rouen, a 32-year-old man contacted the police, claiming to have deposited a parcel bomb in the nightclub "

Le duc

" which had ousted him earlier in the night of October 23-24, reports Paris Normandie .

Twenty-four police officers, seventeen firefighters as well as deminers, from Caen, were mobilized to search the establishment, while the 255 customers were evacuated.

Their consumption, the total amount of which was € 4,000, was reimbursed to them and the deminers finally lifted the device at 5:30 am.

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The defendant explains that he wanted revenge.

“I bought a bottle of vodka € 140 and got kicked out.

In addition, the bouncer made my pockets and took my money.

I wanted the party to be over for everyone, ”he

told investigators, according to comments reported by

Paris Normandie


In his criminal record figure 23 convictions.

"I did anything, with alcohol I was not aware of the seriousness of what I was doing

", explains the man, presented in immediate appearance before the correctional court of Rouen on October 25.

“You can commit a crime with a simple phone call and sir, who has already been convicted of it, knew it very well.

Nightclubs and their customers have already suffered enough from the pandemic,

”said the prosecutor in

Paris Normandy


The court pronounced a sentence of fourteen months of detention with probationary suspension and the defendant was ordered to pay 2,022 euros to the firefighters of Seine-Maritime.

A subsequent hearing is expected to determine the amount of compensation he will have to pay to the establishment.

Source: lefigaro

All news articles on 2021-10-26

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