Friday, April 19, 2024

Kebab-hungry 23-year-old accused of kicking the wrong car

On the night of Thursday, a 23-year-old man's city trip ended directly in the arms of the police. The police found him in a kebab shop in central Slagelse at 04.25.

Shortly before, a witness had explained to the police that the 23-year-old man from Frederiksberg had kicked the side mirror of a patrol car.

This is what the South Zealand and Lolland-Falster Police write in the police report .

Here, the police also state that the officers found the 23-year-old man via surveillance cameras in the city.

The 23-year-old was subsequently arrested. But according to law enforcement, he did not say anything about why the police car had to lose a wing mirror.

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Immediately after the interrogation, the 23-year-old man was released again. He can now look forward to a fine for vandalism on state property.

It is far from the first time that intoxicated persons feel justified in letting their blood alcohol level go beyond the equipment of law enforcement.

Back in February, a 24-year-old man found a parked police car on Østergade in Nykobing Falster. He thought he could use the car as a 'showcase' for a specific body part.Read more about it here .

But if we're just going to turn the kebab over, something like this can actually get one in the grease dish. Literally like that.

At least one driver can sign it. A few years ago, he was stopped while he was filling up on a kebab. Whether it was in a BMW, however, the story does not report anything. Read more about it here .

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