By Euro Weekly News Media • 24 July 2015 • 11:23
A MALAGA city cyclist may be facing a €500 fine after testing positive in a breathalyser test after crashing into a car.The 40-year-old woman, on a municipal rental bicycle, crashed with a car driven by a 20-year-old university student on a pedestrian crossing and the Local Police were called as the two disagreed over who had right of way and whose fault the accident was.Noting she appeared to be under the influence the officers escorted the woman to a police station where she was given a breathalyser test which reported 0.34 milligrams per litre of air, well over the 0.25 maximum for drivers.The highway code states that this amount does not ensue deduction of points from driving licences but a €500 fine is applicable.
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