Noise pollution, stolen motorcycle, fined vehicles: a turbulent wedding procession in Fontainebleau
Author: Clark Tos
A wedding was marked by incidents last weekend, in Île-de-France.
The day of celebration almost degenerated!
A procession somewhat turbulent marriage wreaked havoc on the streets of Fontainebleau (Seine-et-Marne) this Sunday, October 2, requiring the intervention of the police.
Several people were fined and vehicles were seized.
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A verbalized wedding procession in Fontainebleau
According to a police source quoted by our colleagues from Actu.fr, the procession was made up of around forty people from Val-de-Marne who were heading towards the Essonne department, where the festivities were to take place.
Along the way, all these little people stopped in Diane's garden, where the Château de Fontainebleau is located, to take pictures.
It was while converging on this garden that certain vehicles were surprised by the police when they were guilty of several offences. A rental Audi car that “ was traveling at high speed (…) with passengers seated on the windows “, was in particular apprehended.
On the spot was indeed a patrol of police officers from the motorized brigade who intercepted the vehicles, thus preventing the situation from degenerating.
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If the people making up the procession first ' shown to be uncooperative “, the situation finally calmed down thanks to the intervention of relatives of the groom who calmed down the few excited ones likely to spoil the party.
Six cars were however fined for prohibited parking. As far as two-wheelers are concerned, two vehicles were seized and then impounded for lack of insurance. Finally, the police discovered that a motocross, which “ was part of the procession was stolen.
This incident is reminiscent of the one that occurred last year in the town of Laigneville (Oise), where a procession of wedding agitated had been fined a total of 10,000 euros and 100 license withdrawal points.Source : Actu.fr