As the” Super Express “portal reminds us, exactly one week has passed since the moment when Jerzy Stuhr was caught driving under the influence of alcohol. The situation on Monday, October 17, and its further consequences, took its toll on the actor. The latest photos of Stuhr leave no doubt about it.
Jerzy Stuhr has serious problems
On Monday, October 17, Jerzy Stuhr was involved in a road accident. The actor was supposed to hit a motorcyclist on one of Krakow's streets. The police called to the scene conducted a breathalyzer test, which showed that the popular artist had 0.7 per mille of alcohol in his body.
The officers decided to detain Jerzy Stuhr's driving licenses. The day after, the actor apologized by posting a special statement on his son's social media. Not only did he regret it, calling his act “the biggest mistake”, but also denied media reports that he had fled the scene of the accident.
More than a week after that incident, Jerzy Stuhr went shopping with his wife Barbara. I must admit that he did not look the best.
Jerzy Stuhr is experiencing the whole situation strongly
As reported by “Super Express”, Jerzy Stuhr one week after the incident on one of the from Krakow streets, accompanied by his wife, went shopping in a nearby store. The photojournalist's photos leave no doubt that the actor's condition is not the best.
The actor looked very concerned, often staring at the ground without looking up from it. You can find photos here.
What threatens Jerzy Stuhr for driving under the influence?
Now Jerzy Stuhr is waiting for the investigation to end. As stated in his statement, he is working with law enforcement agencies to clarify the exact circumstances of . 0.7 per mil is classified as a crime, not an offense.
Therefore, the actor must take into account the penalty of imprisonment of up to 2 years. Attorney Arkadiusz Szymanski in an interview with” Fakt “said that nothing can be decided yet and please wait for the results of the investigation.
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