The mobile phone has become one of the most dangerous elements in the steering wheel if you don't know how and when you can use it. In addition, each time are more numerous reckless drivers , who recorded his alleged exploits to later share them on social networks.
With this, in addition to pose a danger to the other drivers and users of the public highways, are exposed to substantial penalties and can even lead to jail, since in many cases give clues to the authorities to identify them.
this has been the case with a young man from malaga, who has been detained by local police after he allegedly drove in a reckless manner to be logged with the mobile phone and broadcast images.
The investigation was initiated by agents who do searches on the internet and social networks within the plan for the eradication of the graffiti vandalism, as reported by the own Local Police of Málaga .
The agents discovered an account of the social network Instagram transmitting content which may be construed as criminal, and in which were discovered twenty-seven videos or stories of those who have been shown to belong to the detainee.
Nineteen of them are related to crimes against road safety and in them we observe the young man when he is driving two cars and a moped, and in the remaining eight insults to local police officers and agents of other security bodies during the development of their functions.
Among the latest recordings shared on the internet include some of the that we can see in this video. As, for example, the driver's ale of the car running , is placed at the front and stars in a risky dance for several seconds.
In another video, we see the same young man, doing a wheelie on his motorbike through the streets of Malaga for several meters. On several occasions, is recorded, in addition, exceeding the limits of speed . Up to 184 kilometres per hour, achieved in a avenue, malaga.
Almost 20 videos and has posted on their social networks, this young man from malaga, 22 years old, who has been detained for excess of speed, and for a crime of defamation and slander against several agents of the police.Updated Date: 19 September 2019, 08:00