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St. Gallen – a drunk 25-year-old spits in the police car and urinates on the post


On Saturday afternoon, shortly after 1 p.m., the city police were called in because of a 25-year-old man who damaged a shop entrance door with a private traffic sign. When the police officers caught the man, he insulted them. Due to his uncooperative behavior, he was handcuffed and had to be taken to the police station for further investigation.

In the police vehicle, he tried to spit on the police officers, but did not hit them. He was then put on a spit mask. At the police station, the 25-year-old Swiss finally urinated in the clearance room where he stayed during the investigations.

The conclusive breath alcohol test showed the 25-year-old to be over two per thousand. After confirmation by a medical officer that he could be held in custody, police custody was finally ordered. In addition, the man, who does not live in the city of St. Gallen, was expelled from the city for 30 days. The cantonal police in St. Gallen are investigating the damage done to property. The man faces charges of abuse and property damage. Furthermore, the costs for cleaning the distance room will be charged to him. Shortly before midnight, the 25-year-old, who had since calmed down, was released from police custody.





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