Awantura w samolocie do IRL

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retool:
Dla 37-letniego Szczepana D. ze Szprotawy (lubuskie) migracja zarobkowa rozpoczęła się od ... miesięcznego pobytu w więzieniu. Taką karę wymierzył mu sąd okręgowy w Ennis (hrabstwo Clare w zachodniej Irlandii) za awanturę w samolocie linii Centralwings w drodze z Polski do Irlandii.

Dodatkowo Szczepan D., który wyruszył do Irlandii w nadziei znalezienia pracy w firmie budowlanej w Cork lub Tralee, mając przy sobie 150 euro, znalazł się w długach, ponieważ sąd wymierzył mu karę dodatkową - grzywnę w wysokości 500 euro. Do awantury w samolocie doszło 25 marca. Na postępowaniu przedprocesowym tego samego dnia sąd zalecił zatrzymanie Polaka w areszcie.

Szczepan D. tłumaczył się, że nigdy w życiu nie leciał samolotem i że wszystkiemu winna wódka, z którą przesadził na pokładzie. Sąd nie uznał tego jednak za okoliczność, która usprawiedliwiałaby walenie pięściami w okno, posługiwanie się obelżywym, wulgarnym językiem wobec innych pasażerów i uciekanie się do rękoczynów.

Na rozprawie Polak wyraził skruchę i przeprosił zarówno współpasażerów, jak i policję.


źródło - Polska Agencja Prasowa

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winna jest wszystkiemu wodka :)

mam nadzieje ze nie zostane zbanowany za umieszczenie tego w dziale
Podroze male i duze ;P

obywatel:
Pole tried to kick plane's window after vodka binge
Daily Mail Reporter

A POLISH worker travelling to Ireland to begin a new job became drunk and abusive· after swigging vodka on the flight over, a court heard.
Passengers say that after drink­ing the spirit from a bottle in a bag during the flight on Friday he assaulted a man beside him and tried to punch and kick out a win­dow of the aircraft.
Szczepan D. (w oryginalnym tekscie jest pelne nazwisko), a 37-year-old Polish national, had caught the flight from Warsaw to Shannon.
,About an hour before the plane was due to land he apparently lost con­trol of himself and began kicking and punching.
D. now faces three charges under the Air Navigation and Trans­port Act.
He is accused of being intoxicated on board a flight, engaging in abusive, threatening or insulting behaviour, and failing to calm down when asked to do so by a member of the crew.
A Garda witness said D. had no ties in Ireland and had arrived in the country with no money and no certain chance of work.
But his solicitor said he was due to take up a labouring job in Cork or Tralee and had a brother-in-law in Fermoy. At the beginning of Satur­day's hearing at Ennis District Court an interpreter was sworn in to trans­late the proceedings for the accused who does not speak English.
Garda Brian McCarthy of Shannon, giving evidence of arrest, said that when charged, in the presence of the interpreter, the accused replied: 'I am sorry.'
Inspector Tom Kennedy said that about an hour before the aircraft was due to land at Shannon, Mr D. became 'aggressive and violent'.
He said the accused had been drinking vodka from a bag and had lashed out at a passenger sitting beside him.

Inspector Kennedy added that, according to witnesses, the defen­dant 'then went to punch and kick a window in an effort to break it'.
The officer also told the court that the accused's left eye was injured during the incident for which he later received treatment at the Mid West­ern Regional Hospital in Limerick.
Inspector Kennedy said the alleged offences were 'quite serious and at the higher entl of such cases that have come before the court up to now'.
The lnspector said the State would be Objecting to bail due to fears that D. might not turn up at the court to answer the charges if he was freed.
Inspector Kennedy stressed that D. had 'no ties in Ireland and arrived here with no means and no employment.'
Defence solicitor William Cahir told Judge Joseph Mangan that his client had come to Ireland with the firm intention of taking up a labouring job in the construction industry in Cork or Tralee.
MrCahir said the accused_had a brother-in-law in Fermoy, Co. Cork, and asked that his client be given consent to bail if remanded in
custody. ~
Judge Mangan remanded the accused in custody to a special sit­ting of Ennis District Court next Wednesday ..
D.: He injured his eye

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Powiem wiecej....

Poniedzialkowe wydanie Irish Independent:



Pole was violent and abusive on plane, court told

Pat

Flynn

A POLISH man, who was travelling to Ireland to begin a new job next week, appeared in court on Saturday facing charges from an alleged violent incident on board a flight to Shannon on Friday night.

Szczepan Drzewiecki (37), with an address of 96/332, Bartniki, Sportawa 27, Poland, was a passenger on board a flight from Warsaw when he allegedly became drunk and abusive, punched and kicked a window on board the plane and assaulted a passenger.

Mr Drzewiecki faces three charges under Section 2A of the Air Navigation and Transport Act. At the commencement of the hearing, an interpreter was sworn in to translate the proceedings for the accused.

Gda Brian McCarthy of Shannon gave evidence of arrest, charge and caution and told the court that when charged, in the presence of the interpreter, Mr Drzewiecki replied: "I am sorry." Insp Tom Kennedy said that about an hour before the aircraft was due to land at Shannon, Mr Drzewiecki became "aggressive and violent".

Mr Drzewiecki received an injury to his left eye during the incident for which he later received treatment at the Mid Western Regional Hospital in Limerick before being returned to custody.

Insp Kennedy said the State would be objecting to bail, expressing fears that if bail was granted, the accused might not appear to answer the charges. Insp Kennedy said the accused had "no ties in Ireland and arrived here with no means and no employment".

Defending solicitor Mr William Cahir said his client had come to Ireland to take up a labouring job in the construction industry in Cork or Tralee. Judge Joseph Mangan remanded the accused in custody to a special sitting of Ennis District Court on Wednesday, March 29.


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Szczepan Drzewiecki (37), with an address of 96/332, Bartniki, Sportawa 27, Poland,
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...i wszystko jasne...
a w polsce bandyta jest chroniony bardziej niz ofiara...

Hrubawy:
Może  by  rodzinie  kartkę  posłać........;)

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