Police come up with charges for silverspooners in Bentley who scatter money on Nevsky
Two St. Petersburg residents got a ticket for a traffic violation.
Traffic police officers have identified the owners and drivers in Bentley and Range Rover, who had ritualistically scattered money outside the Great Gostiny Dvor the other day. Two St. Petersburg residents got a ticket for a traffic violation, Fontanka reports.
In particular, the entrepreneurs have been fined three thousand rubles ($45) in accordance with part 1.2 of Art. 12.17 of the Russian Code Of Administrative Offences (Failure to Give Priority in Traffic to a Fixed-Route Transport Vehicle or to a Transport Vehicle Having Special Light and Sound Signaling Devices Turned-On Committed in a Federal City of Moscow or St. Petersburg).
Early on, a video has been published, showing a young man in a reflecting mask driving in a Bentley and scattering a large sum of money on the Nevsky Avenue. To get their virus video seen by as many eyes as they could, the authors asked the administration of the popular community Accidents and emergencies|St. Petersburg to promote it, offering to pay for the publication, but the community refused.
Fontanka learned that the MIA General Administration in St. Petersburg and the Leningrad region had watched the video and then the Central district police were ordered to identify possible violations of newsmakers.
“If there is no law prohibiting throwing money, then we can build upon the traffic rules. They apply to everyone,” the Inspection commented.
Road Patrol Service employees pulled up the street surveillance footage near the Great Gostiny Dvor, which clearly show the official license plates on the cars. Since both cars were moving along the public transport lane, their owners have been identified and summoned to the district State Road Traffic Safety Inspectorate.
According to Fontanka, St. Petersburg residents Aleksandr Aristarkhov and Evgeny Kulikov have been fined 3,000 rubles.
Businessman Aristarkhov claims that he had leased the two cars for 25 thousand rubles ($381) to an unknown person specifically for shooting the video. He owns a company that temporarily rents out premium cars.
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