As the police reported, the 37-year-old Hungarian was checked in the Giselakai area on Friday afternoon. An alcohol test carried out by him gave a value of 2.1 per mille. The man told the officials that he had drunk two bottles of vodka the night before.
Alkolenker drives despite locking sticks
The police put a baton on the parked car. A short time later, the man started the car, but only got a few meters. The car was towed away because it was standing in the way of traffic. The man is shown several times.
Alko-Raser stopped in Salzburg
A 24-year-old driver from Salzburg was measured Saturday morning on Bürgelsteinstrasse in Salzburg’s old town at 96 km / h instead of the permitted 50 km / h. An alcohol test showed a value of 0.54 per mille. He was forbidden to continue his journey.
A10: At 120 km / h in the 80s
A 59-year-old from Salzburg was measured on the Tauern Autobahn (A10) in the Salzburg-Süd area while driving at 120 km / h instead of the permitted 80 km / h. His alcohol value was 1.1 per mille. According to the police, he said he had drunk about eight beers the day before. The driver’s license was removed.
26-year-old with no bill slams against a tree
A 26-year-old from Flachgau was driving her car into town in Salzburg-Schallmoos on Saturday at around 5 a.m. She drove her car against a tree by the side of the road. The woman suffered injuries of an indefinite degree and the vehicle was totaled.
The woman told the police that she did not have a driver’s license and that she had been stopped twice in the past few months. She drank five or six beers and then wanted to go to work. A blood sample was taken from her and her unfit to drive was certified by the medical officer, reports the police.