Peter Sagan and unlikely, the two words go hand in hand.
Nothing to do with the signing of the multiple world champion in road cycling at Total Energies, we are talking about a news item dating back to April 25, in Monaco, for which the Slovak has just been sentenced.
That evening, Peter returns by car from a drunken evening, says
and his brother is driving.
At around 12:30 am, the two brothers were checked by the police, at a time when, it is worth remembering, the curfew was still in effect.
The tone then rises when Peter Sagan refuses to get out of the vehicle at the request of the police.
He struggles furiously to injure a sergeant, who will get away with two days of ITT.
Fear of being forcibly vaccinated
The sudden change in behavior calls out.
The investigation will reveal that the Slovak feared ... that he would be forced to be vaccinated.
In police custody, he had already forgotten what had happened and apologized for his behavior.
The exceptional nature of the incident will push the judges to leniency: Sagan gets away with a fine not proportional to his income of 5,000 euros fine for rebellion and 100 euros for the contravention, as well as 1,500 euros for the civil party. .
Cycling: Peter Sagan joins the French team TotalÉnergies
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