Spanish police detained Sevilla’s striker

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The Sevillistas’ performer, Quincy Promes, detained by the police in Marbella for drunk driving, according to El diario de Sevilla.

The Spanish police stopped the car of the football player, and the alcohol test gave a positive result. The Dutchman’s blood contained 0.6 ppm, what is more than twice the maximum permissible level (0.25 ppm).

According to the source, the police confiscated Promes’s car, and the player was summoned to the court hearing on the following Monday.

Another LaLiga’s player Arturo Vidal was fined 800,000 euros for the fight in a nightclub when he was drunk.
The court as well sentenced his brother, Sandrino, who also took part in the fight. He is also obliged to pay 18 000 in 120 days.

(Reporting by Glushko Denys, editing by Ponomarenko Valeriia)

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