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May 9, 2021

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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