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Post by RamblerNash on Thu Mar 28, 2019 10:49 pm

Judicial decision to deprive a young man from Pepsi for 4 years

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2019/3/28 22:52

{International: Euphrates News} A US court barred a man from drinking his favorite gas drink "Pepsi" for four years, during a conditional release, as punishment for a car theft.

A judge in a court in the state of Hawaii, the US, imposed the unusual sentence on a young man named Christopher Monteliano Jr., who was arrested for stealing a car.

The judge decided to punish Monteliano because "he lied to the police when he was arrested and told them that he was a relative of his and that he was going to buy soft drinks."

After telling the 21-year-old that Pepsi was his favorite drink, he decided to deprive him of the drink during his 4-year conditional release as a disciplinary measure.

"Your punishment is the deprivation of Pepsi," the judge said during the trial.

Monteliano spent seven days in custody before being released, with a penalty of 100 hours in social services and a fine of $ 100.

http://alforatnews.com/modules/news/article.php?storyid=193386
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