He is reported to have refused to undergo breathalyzer test.

Drunk student from Chad Republic hits Bengaluru pedestrian heldDeccan Chronicle
news Accident Monday, August 29, 2016 - 09:42

A 26-year-old African student, who hit a pedestrian and created a ruckus was on Sunday booked for negligent driving.

The Times of India reports that Ahmet Mahamat, who hails from the Republic of Chad and a resident of HSR layout, lost control of his two-wheeler and hit a pedestrian near KR Puram on Sunday evening.

After the locals confronted him, Ahmet along with his two friends who were on two other bikes, created ruckus. He was allegedly under the influence of alcohol.

The victim, identified as 27-year-old Venugopal who is a lorry driver, sustained minor injuries, Deccan Chronicle reports.

When the Mahadevapura police arrived at the scene, Ahmet is reported to have refused to undergo breathalyzer test. He was then taken to Ramamurthy nagar police station, before he was taken to Bowring hospital for medical examination.

The police seized all the three bikes and booked Ahmet on charges of rash driving and is in the process of verifying his passport and other travel documents.



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