A Miesbacher drove an e-scooter to the police to file a complaint. A short time later, he himself had a criminal case against him. (Symbolic image) © IMAGO / U. J. Alexander
A Miesbacher drove an e-scooter to the police on Sunday evening to file a complaint. A short time later, he himself had a criminal case against him.
Miesbach - On the night of May 29, a 31-year-old from Miesbach filed a complaint with the Miesbach police station after previous bodily injury. As the police reported, in addition to the superficial injuries, a strong smell of alcohol could be perceived during the filing of the complaint.
Criminal proceedings for drunk driving
The man also stated that he had driven his e-scooter to the police with a maximum speed of 20 km/h. A breath alcohol test showed a value of over 1.1 per thousand alcohol. After the complaint was filed, a blood sample was taken from the man and criminal proceedings were initiated for drunk driving, as the e-scooter is a vehicle subject to registration.
Curiously, this was already the second similar case of his in less than half a year. Already in December, he reported a bodily injury against the same opponent and appeared with his car, also drunk, at the Miesbach police.
The chances of regaining his driver's license are poor, according to the Miesbach police inspectorate.
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