The Munich District Court sentenced an investment broker to a fine because apparently out of anger over a high bill in a table dance bar, he demolished a car and demolished insulted policemen. The court said he was sentenced to 70 daily convictions for material damage and insult. That is more than two months salary.
The 30-year-old continued his company's Christmas party last December, together with two colleagues in a table-dance bar in the Bahnhofsviertel in Munich. When he wanted to pay the champagne bill of about 2000 euros, his credit card went on strike because the daily limit should have been exceeded.
After a dispute in the bar he let his anger out loud on a parked car and kicked the radiator. Then he insulted police officers. The car was damaged by 364.08 euros.
The suspect said that he had drunk a lot that night and had no memory of the incident. He does not think he damaged the car. He apologized to the police. A forensic doctor assumed an alcohol value of 2.71 per thousand. The verdict is not yet final, because the public prosecutor has appealed.