It’s unbelievable what’s on our roads and highways! In Tyrol, a truck driver was pulled out of traffic on the A12 on Saturday who had had more than two (!) per mille. He couldn’t produce a driver’s license. This had been taken from the Bulgarian a few days earlier.
The 45-year-old Bulgarian was driving a truck on the Inntalautobahn in the direction of Kufstein when he was targeted by a police patrol near Vomp (Schwaz district). The driver was pulled out of circulation and checked at a rest area. Driver’s license was already taken on Wednesday. An alcohol test was carried out on the driver. The officials may not have believed their own eyes. The test showed a value of more than two per thousand! But that’s not all: the Bulgarian didn’t have a driver’s license. “The police took it from him on Wednesday in Germany,” the investigators continued. Appropriate advertisements will follow.
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