Prosecutor's Office: street racer Mara Bagdasaryan faces life driving ban
The disease, diagnosed in the notorious street racer, is a contraindication to control the car, said the supervisory agency.
The Capital’s Prosecutor's Office is preparing a request for life driving ban for street racer Mara Bagdasaryan, who participated in the controversial race on Gelandewagen.
As stated by Interfax citing the official representative of the Prosecutor's Office Elena Rossokhina, now, an inspection is carried out in relation to the woman, on the results of which it will be decided upon application.
- According to the recommendation, which the magistrate court in area of Moscow Aeroport issued on December 22, 2016, the offender has a disease that is counter to motor vehicle driving, - Rossokhina told the agency.
According to her, if this fact is confirmed, then, the Prosecutor will appeal to the court with a claim for the termination of the Bagdasaryan’s rights to drive the vehicle. "In this case, it is necessary to eliminate the threat on her part for the safety of other road users," – the representative of the supervisory authority explained.
Earlier it was reported that the Moscow Traffic Police detained a participant of Gelandewagen races on the night from 5 to 6 January.
During the inspection, inspectors found that under the scandalous street racer’s belt there are 55 unpaid fines. However, Bagdasaryan refused to head for the local police department relying on health impairment. She even brought herself an ambulance, but after arriving in the hospital accompanied by doctors she refused to attend the medical checkup, saying that she felt much better. But doctors had time to make a preliminary diagnosis - state after a convulsive seizure.
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