Böblingen district: Discarded cigarette butts are fatal for Mercedes drivers

Discarded cigarette butt fatal for Mercedes driver



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Ein weggeworfener Zigarettenstummel liegt am Straßenrand (Archiv): Das Wegwerfen einer Kippe könnte für einen 33-jährigen Mercedes-Fahrer teuer werden.

A discarded cigarette butt lies on the side of the road (archive): Throwing it away a fag could go for a 30-year-old Mercedes drivers are expensive. (Source: Waldmüller via www.imago-images.de)

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A 33-year-old snaps in District Böblingen a cigarette butt out of the car. Now he has to reckon with several criminal proceedings.

Because Driving without a license and under the influence of drugs, providing false personal details and illegal garbage disposal must be a 33 Years old Mercedes drivers are now answerable. It all started with a discarded butt, as reported by the Ludwigsburg police on Tuesday.

So the man was on Monday against 15.

Clock on the main road 360 between Weil der Stadt and Renningen (Böblingen district) on the way when a police officer observed him flicking a cigarette butt out of the car. The officers then checked the man.

Böblingen district: man has to accompany the police

Since he has no identity document and could not produce a driver’s license, he initially gave his personal details verbally. But the officer and her colleague became suspicious and explained to the Mercedes driver that he had to accompany them to the police station for an examination.

As a result, the man admitted to having given a false identity. He also admitted that he did not have a driver’s license. The police officers also found evidence of drugs. A preliminary drug test was positive, so that a blood test was necessary. Further travel was prohibited. The investigation is ongoing.

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