She threw McDonalds straws on the street - trial awaits

 
She threw McDonalds straws on the street - trial awaits
SWEDEN -- A police patrol claimed to see a woman throwing McDonalds straws on the street. Now the incident goes to legal proceedings, and the woman is to be prosecuted for littering offenses.

The event took place outside a McDonalds restaurant in central Uddevalla on November 13, writes Bohusläningen.

The policemen went up the woman, who is 25 years of age, wanting to give her a fine. According to police, she did the littering on purpose, but the woman denied the allegations, and when questioned by the police later, she claims that she lost the straws.

According to the police, her friends offered to pick up the straws, but when the woman realized that she would be fined anyway, she told them not to pick them up.

According to the prosecutor, Malin Melin, it is her duty to prosecute the woman, since she refused to receive a fine.

Melin admits that the case is a first, but cannot say yet if it will go all the way to trial.

Meanwhile the Swedish juridical system fails to prosecute murderers and rapists:

READ: Sweden acquits yet another brutal killer

READ: Asylum seekers murder 5-month-old daughter - escape punishment

READ: 480,000 sexual assaults of women in Sweden - in a year

READ: Swedish court releases gang rapists - starting to look like Sharia


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