Le Figaro Nantes
He did not assume that he had not been at work for two weeks. Rather than confess the situation to one of his managers, a thirty-year-old tried to obtain a work stoppage from two doctors based in Nantes to justify his absence. A ploy that backfired. This man had forgotten an important fact: the refusal of practitioners to accede to his request because he was not suffering from any ailment.
An end of non-reception that greatly annoyed him. He then attacked a practitioner Thursday afternoon around 14 p.m. in his office along Gaston Serpette Boulevard. "He jostled her and then spilled a coffee on her," a source close to the investigation told Le Figaro. Alerted, the police intervened to arrest the violent individual.
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"On the spot, a colleague of the doctor explained that this man had come two days earlier to the same office. He would have damaged his computer after he had rejected him from a similar request, "reports the same source who deplores this "violence". The suspect was placed in custody at the central police station of Waldeck-Rousseau where he is still this Friday afternoon.
He must answer for acts of violence against a person entrusted with a public service mission and verbal threats with a view to committing a crime. The investigators are also working to collect the testimonies of the two doctors taken to task. The latter must be examined to determine their possible incapacity for work (ITT).