Do you remember the Sudanese “Van Diesel”? He was sentenced to 10 years in prison and had his license revoked

After his story filled Sudanese media and social media, following his appearance a few weeks ago driving his car in reverse, in the famous “Van Diesel” manner, the Khartoum Traffic Criminal Court convicted the perpetrator of the unusual offense with two months in prison and 10 years’ license revoked.

In the details, the judge of the Traffic Criminal Court in Khartoum issued, on Thursday, a two-month prison sentence and the withdrawal of the license for ten years, after he was convicted of violating the traffic law in Sudan, according to the police press office.

It is noteworthy that the accused was driving his car in reverse, at a speed with a lot of recklessness, on the public road in Nile Street, Khartoum.

The police said that the aforementioned used to drive his vehicle in this way, and that they arrested him in the act of driving the vehicle backwards in the opposite direction of the movement of vehicles on a crowded street.

It described the driver’s behavior as reckless and reckless, and considered it a disruption to normal traffic, and a violation of basic traffic rules, which poses a grave danger to road users and the vehicle driver himself.

The police said that it had taken the necessary legal measures against the perpetrator of the violation, which is one of the rare precedents in traffic violations in Sudan. indicates that the aforementioned driver appeared in an exciting video clip, driving his car backwards in the manner of American movie star Van Diesel in street races in the famous Hollywood film series (Fast and Furious), while participating in a cart wedding on Nile Street in Khartoum, to celebrate By graduating from the university.

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The clip reaped hundreds of thousands of followers on social media in Sudan, and the participants were divided between supporters who see him as a talent, who only needs guidance, and rejecters who consider him reckless.

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