A fine of one and a half lakh rupees for the crime of throwing a piece of cigarette on the road

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A fine of one and a half lakh rupees for the crime of throwing a piece of cigarette on the road

London: A British citizen will have to pay a fine of 558 pounds (about one and a half lakh rupees) for throwing a piece of cigarette on the road.

According to the British media, the court in the British city of Gloucester has ordered a person to pay a fine of 558 pounds for dropping a cigarette butt.

According to the BBC, Alex Davies, from Woodruff Close, Gloucester, was seen by council officers dropping a cigarette on Thornbury High Street on August 17, 2022.

Officers ticketed him but he did not pay the fine, and at Bristol Magistrates’ Court he was found guilty of littering in his absence, now having to pay a £220 fine, £250 costs and an £88 victim surcharge. Will be.

It should be noted that the fixed fine for littering in the UK is £150, which is reduced to £75 if paid within 10 days.