Samara’s Krylya Sovetov footballer detained for drunk driving
An administrative report had been drawn up against the violator, and then he was released until the trial.
In Samara, 27-year-old midfielder of the Krylya Sovetov football club Evgeny Bashkirov has been detained for drunk driving. The detention took place with the assistance of activists of the organization Nochnoy Patrul (‘Night Patrol’).
It is reported that the footballer was behind the wheel of a car sharing service car. The athlete was examined for alcohol, which showed an excess of the permissible rate by 3 times. An administrative report was drawn up against the violator, and then he was released until the trial.
Evgeny Bashkirov is a graduate of Zenit’s youth team. He used to play for Tom’. In 2016, joined the Samara club Krylya Sovetov.
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