Coronavirus: a cyclist broke the quarantine, mocked on social media and was arrested

The Cordoba Police arrested a 49-year-old cyclist who violated the quarantine and told about it on social networks. The man was charged with an attack on public health and disobedience to authority.

The detainee, who is domiciled in Fourth quarter, was arrested in an operation authorized by the Third Nomination Prosecutor’s Office in Banda Norte, in the vicinity of calle Misiones al 300, the newspaper reported. The voice.

In the video that came to TN and The People he is seen laughing while saying: “Okay. Returning to the ‘Empire’ after a day of cycling, rolling, spectacular. We did Chucul – Río Cuarto. Spectacular day and conditions. I had to Dodge at the exit of Río Cuarto the Caminera by the Tropezón; get out onto the road in front of the Airport. There was another check passing the fridge. They both went successfully evaded. Now we are heading to the abode. ”

While pedaling the man laughs and assures that the next day he is going to “eat a delicious roast” He also counts the date on which it was recorded: “Today is April 11, 2020.” With this action the man violated the articles 205 and 239 of the Penal Code.

More than two million offenders

From its entry into force on Friday, March 20 until this Sunday, more than 2,000,000 people were arrested or notified throughout Argentina for having violated social isolation, preventive and mandatory that the Government ordered to contain the progress of coronavirus.

According to data from the federal forces -which include the Federal Police, the National Gendarmerie, the Naval Prefecture and the Airport Security Police- and the provincial police, the total number of offenders is 2,109,621.

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