Romanian judge slaps Bulgarian policeman in the face

The Superior Council of Magistracy (CSM) formally inquired with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Administration and Interior about a female judge from Brasov, Romania, who physically assaulted a policeman in the Bulgarian resort of Bansko. According to www.stirileprotv.ro, which quote the local daily Struma, the judge panicked when a power outage stopped the cable car she was riding in Bansko, and slapped in the face a policeman which had come to calm her. Subsequently, the court of Razlog fined the woman 250 euros and ordered her to apologise to the policeman.

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