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Man sends himself to jail to clear his mind
    2018-08-15  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

AFTER a quarrel with his fiancee over their marriage arrangement, a man drove to a police office under the influence of alcohol (DUI) in order to be sent to jail so he could clear his mind.

In the early morning of Aug. 8, the man surnamed Ma drove to a police office in Fuyong Subdistrict, Bao’an District, and told the officers that he wanted to be arrested for DUI. To convince the officers, he drove his car in reverse for about 20-30 meters before stopping. The on-duty officers called traffic police officers to come and administer a breath test.

During the first test, Ma laughed and asked if the result was satisfactory. For the second test, he joked that he was calm enough and was sure he met the standard for drunk driving.

“I have no driving license and the result shows I was drunk driving,” Ma told the officers. The breath test result showed his blood alcohol level was 181 mg per 100 ml, and the blood test corrected the result to 189.14 mg per 100 ml, more than double the standard for drunk driving.

In the police car, according to the officers, Ma repeatedly complained that his fiancee wanted him to buy an apartment before their marriage.

“I have bought everything except an apartment, how could I afford an apartment?” he complained.

Drunk driving is a crime. Violators will be charged with dangerous driving or jeopardizing public safety, and face a jail term of up to six months.

(Han Ximin)

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