Russian football national team striker Smolov stripped of driver’s license
The footballer did not appear in the Oktyabrsky District Court of Krasnodar, which held a hearing on his administrative case over an accident.
Footballer of FC Lokomotiv Fyodor Smolov that had an accident in Krasnodar week ago was deprived of driver’s license for one year.
Smolov did not appear in the Oktyabrsky District Court of Krasnodar, which held a hearing on his administrative case over the accident. Smolov's lawyer stated that he pleaded guilty and compensated the damage caused.
On the night of August 2, BMW M5 First Edition rammed several sections of the road fence. The driver disappeared from the spot. Later, a photo of Smolov posing on the scene of the accident hit the Internet. According to the Krasnodar Mayor's office, the damage amounted to 58.611 rubles ($922).
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