Just a few minutes after knowing the decision of the Electoral Board of Granada to endorse the candidacy of
as head of the
list for Granada, the Alicante deputy sparked controversy on Twitter by publishing a video that revealed a
offense committed by herself.
In the video, which only lasts five seconds, Olona is seen traveling in the back seat of a car
without using the regulatory seat belt
, an offense that is considered a serious offense, according to the General Traffic Regulations (RGC), and is sanctioned with a
fine of 200 euros
The video, in which Olona takes off her sunglasses to wink at the camera while Chanel's song
plays in the background , has been published by the Macarena Olona fan account ('Macarena Olona Fan Account' ) and retweeted by herself on her Twitter account.
The recording, which is accompanied by a concise message from Alicante politics ("The Macarenazo is coming"), has been his way of celebrating the decision of the Granada Electoral Board to
endorse his candidacy
as head of the VOX list for Granada, validating their
registration at the Salobreña Town Hall
The tweet with the video of Olona without a seat belt has provoked the reaction of thousands of Internet users.
Many have made the traffic violation ugly for the 43-year-old State lawyer and politician, while some
have called on the Civil Guard and the DGT to report her
for not using her seat belt.
They ask that it be sanctioned with the corresponding fine of 200 euros.
article 117 of the RGC
, "the driver and the occupants of the vehicles will be
obliged to use, duly fastened
, the approved seat belts, both when driving on urban and interurban roads".
"The lack of installation and the non-use of seat belts and other approved child restraint systems will be considered
a serious or very serious offence
", adds the same article.
In the last
campaign of the DGT
to monitor the use of the seat belt, carried out between April 4 and 10, the agents of the Traffic Group of the Civil Guard (ATGC), and of the local and regional police that joined the campaign, detected
of drivers or passengers who did not use the seat belt.
Almost half of the reported offenders were
, of whom 1,101 were in the front seats and
1,014 in the back seats
The DGT constantly reminds us that the seat belt is
also essential in the rear seats
, since in the event of a frontal impact, for example, the probability that an occupant of those seats fatally hits another passenger in front can be up to 8 times greater.
Without seat belts and at 80 km/h, passengers in the rear have no way of holding on and are
thrown against those in front
with a force equivalent to hitting a 1,200 kg ball at 10 km/h, which could kill or seriously injure the occupants of the front seats.
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