The Manager of Ti-Vegas Arrested for a Slalom on the Beach on BMW 650i
18 January 2012 - lexpress.mu
Didier Chabaud, 57, manager of the Ti-Vegas casinos, was arrested for driving while intoxicated and reckless driving on the beach of Mon Choisy this Tuesday, January 17. Under the influence of alcohol, he embarked on the beach crowded aboard his powerful convertible in the afternoon.
Accident on the beach of Mont Choisy on Tuesday 17 January. Didier Chabaud, 57, manager of the Ti-Vegas casinos wanted to play the "Fast and Furious" on the public beach despite the presence of children and locals. Under the influence of alcohol, the French settled in Mauritius has taken the wheel of his BMW 650i, estimated at about Rs 9 million, to indulge in a drift on the beach.
"Incredible, it's never seen. He drove at high speed over a distance of 800 meters. It must have been about 16 hours," carried away Safaz Simrick, fruit merchant. Panicked bystanders remained paralyzed while having fun drunk driver driving his convertible, with two others, including his sister Brigitte, somewhat tipsy, according to witnesses.
Nunkoo Ameera, one of those present on the Beach said she had the reflex to push his three year old son who played on the ground and could not come and see the black car. "This is how a patient can have fun putting the lives of others in danger," she fumed.
According to those present, it is only after having run the 800 meters that Didier Chabaud s is stopped at the water's edge. For example, a group of people surrounded his vehicle a few words for him.
" When I told him that he nearly killed my child, I simply said: So what? How can cost your child! "exclaims Nunkoo Ameera. However, says Ally Hairsoon, another fruit merchant, the owner of the casino was forced to stop his car because he could not move because of the sun. " If the sun were not there, we left for a few more drifts , "says he.
Only after having been jostled by the public that the drunk driver felt compelled to get out of his convertible. Inside, one can of beer was visible in the back seat. Without the intervention of the police, the driver would certainly have taken a few blows. "We would not have bothered to give it a few strokes and teach him good manners," says the few vendors combined.
A breath test was performed on the indelicate. It was positive. Didier Chabaud will appear in court in Mapou this Wednesday, January 18 on a charge of driving while intoxicated and reckless driving. He was interviewed by the police of Pointe-aux-Gunners before being released on parole.