Суд решил не привлекать к ответственности гомельского пенсионера за то, что тот обозвал провизора дурой и идиоткой. Причина — истечение сроков наложения административного взыскания.
В суд Советского района Гомеля дело пенсионера, который оскорбил гомельского провизора, поступило 5 января. Но — с момента правонарушения прошло больше двух месяцев, а значит, в соответствии с КоАП, административное взыскание наложено быть уже не может.
Провизор собирается обжаловать постановление суда.
Напомним, конфликт в одной из гомельских аптек произошел 1 ноября. 64-летний Александр пришел за рецептурным препаратом. Провизор Виктория объяснила, что лекарство выдать не может, так как рецепт мужчины был просрочен.
По словам провизора, он обозвал ее дурой, идиоткой и козлиной и пригрозил: мол, уже завтра она работать здесь не будет. Вел при этом себя мужчина агрессивно, стучал в окно киоска, долго не уходил.
Виктория утверждает, что это было последней каплей — пенсионер и раньше приходил в эту аптеку и позволял себе хамство: обзывал Викторию «обидными словами», угрожал, писал жалобы. Провизор обратилась в милицию, чтобы там как-то повлияли на поведение пожилого мужчины.
Вскоре из РОВД Советского района Гомеля пришел ответ: «Административного правонарушения в действиях Александра не усматривается».
В ответе проводивший проверку милиционер ссылался на словарь Ожегова, в котором слова «дура» и «идиотка», хоть и считаются бранными, но оскорблением не являются, имеют значение «лицо, страдающее слабоумием» и представляют собой «критическую оценку личности, выраженную в приличной, хотя и резкой форме». Копия документа есть в редакции.
Викторию такой ответ возмутил. По ее словам, получалось, что теперь у ее обидчика имеется официальное разрешение обращаться к ней словами «дура» и «идиотка», раз в милиции ответили, что это оскорблением не является.
Провизор обжаловала решение. В РОВД начали проверку.
На днях из суда Виктории пришло постановление о прекращении административного дела: с момента его совершения прошло более двух месяцев. Копия документа есть в редакции.
Amid the focus on footballers and their celebrations, along comes Michail Antonio and his backstroke. The returning West Ham striker scored, swam and showed why his club have missed him so.
Since his last Premier League start in November, they tried to make do with Sebastien Haller but his audition was so substandard, he now plays for Ajax in Holland.
West Ham could do with signing a striker in this window, in case Antonio breaks down again, but the 30-year-old really is something when fit. Someone just ought to remind him the Olympic Park's Aquatics Centre is actually over the road from the London Stadium.
Antonio's early winner – courtesy of a Pablo Fornals cross which Burnley's centre backs failed to clear – keeps West Ham on the edge of the European places. Talk will turn to the possibility of that if they continue at this rate, with them losing only one of their last seven league games.
'Avoiding relegation last year will always go down as one of the biggest things I've done because we were in a really difficult position,' said David Moyes after a third straight win in all competitions and fourth consecutive clean sheet.
'West Ham is a club with incredible potential and I don't think it is anywhere near it. We want to change the way people look at us but that takes time. We are certainly not settling.'
Sean Dyche's Burnley, meanwhile, will continue to wallow too close to the bottom three for comfort. With only nine goals scored in their 17 games, they are in trouble.
'I have belief in our centre-forwards but they need the supply,' said Dyche. 'I'm disappointed in the result but I do believe in what we do.'
West Ham led inside 10 minutes through the man they've missed sorely. Antonio, now free from hamstring trouble, was the scorer after a move involving all four of the hosts' forwards.
Said Benrahma played a through-ball into the path of Jarrod Bowen. He held it up and found Fornals. The 24-year-old from Spain crossed, the ball skimmed off the head of Burnley's Ben Mee, taking it away from his team-mate James Tarkowski, and Antonio scored.
Dyche was not happy with the miscommunication between his centre backs. Without Mee's touch, Tarkowski seemed set to clear the danger, but they were now behind.
There was a typically creative celebration from Antonio, who has pretended to be Homer Simpson in the past, and produced unusual dance moves. This time, he laid down and did the backstroke.
The politicians won't kick up a fuss about that, though they won't have liked seeing the West Ham forward embraced by team-mates once back on his feet.
The hosts continued to put pressure on the visitors, hoping to give themselves a cushion before the break. But it was Burnley who had the ball in the back of the net next.
Unfortunately for them, and fortunately for Aaron Cresswell, it was ruled offside. Chris Wood had broken down the left wing, crossed and Cresswell beat his own goalkeeper. Yet the assistant's flag came to the rescue, with replays confirming Wood was indeed off.
After 35 minutes, the Burnley woodwork was shaking. Bowen curled in a corner which Declan Rice flicked on to the back post. There, Angelo Ogbonna could not direct his header on target from two yards out. West Ham really ought to have been two goals to the good at half time.
It was almost 2-0 after 50 minutes when Antonio beat Matthew Lowton in the air. His header lacked pace but was creeping in, until Mee cleared the ball off the line.
Benrahma was removed after 67 minutes and he had enjoyed a good game. In the No 10 position, he had been popping up in pockets of space and causing Burnley problems.
West Ham were largely relying on counter-attacks for a second goal and came close when Rice produced a beauty of a long ball which curled into the path of Bowen. He brought it down well then tried to find the bottom right corner, but got the wrong side of the post.
Burnley had 10 minutes left to avoid defeat and Dwight McNeil almost dragged them back into the game by accident. The half-time substitute overhit a cross from the left wing which beat Lukasz Fabianski but not the crossbar as the ball bounced back into play.
This fixture three years ago saw West Ham supporters invade the pitch. Mark Noble confronted one fan and threw him to the ground, while another held a corner flag aloft in the centre circle.
The club feels in a better place now, as they slowly but surely force their way up the Premier League table under Moyes. Next is the return of Sam Allardyce and West Brom on Tuesday.
Этапы «Формулы-1» в Монако, Азербайджане и Канаде могут быть отменены, сообщает Formule1.nl.
По информации источника, причиной отмены может стать пандемия коронавируса, из-за которой организаторы не успеют подготовить трассы к гонкам. Этапы могут принять Турция, а также итальянский автодром «Муджелло» и немецкий «Нюрбургринг».
Гран-при Монако запланирован на 23 мая, гонка в Баку — на 6 июня, а этап в Монреале — на 13 июня.
Ранее «Формула-1» опубликовала обновленный календарь нового сезона.
Ryan Dorsey looked visibly emotional as he visited ex-wife Naya Rivera's grave site on what would have been the late actress' 34th birthday, Tuesday.
The Glee actor, 37, arrived to Forest Lawn Cemetery in Los Angeles with five bright yellow flowers in hand, placing them inside two vases mounted beside Rivera's headstone.
After paying his respects, Dorsey uploaded a black-and-white family snapshot to Instagram, featuring himself, Rivera, and their five-year-old son Josey.
Dorsey exited the cemetery with a face mask in hand and sunglasses over his eyes.
He was married to Naya from 2014 til their divorce in 2018 and is now raising their son as a single father following her death this past July.
For Naya's birthday tribute on Instagram, Ryan penned a heartfelt caption, marveling at the gravity of the star's tragic passing.
'Just as surreal as it is real that you're gone. If that makes sense, but none of this still makes any sense…34, I could just hear you saying 'Ah, I'm old AF now!' Ha…Rest easy old lady,' he wrote.
In the black and white snap, Rivera cradles her son as Dorsey leans in and takes the picture.
The actress passed away during a boating trip with Josey on Lake Piru in Ventura County, north-east of Los Angeles.
Her body was recovered five days after she went missing and the coroner ruled her death as 'accidental drowning'.
Several former Glee stars also took to social media to remember the actress, who starred as Santana on all six seasons of the musical TV show.
Heather Morris, who played Rivera's on screen girlfriend Brittany and was a close friend of Rivera off screen, shared a photo of the two.
'Happy birthday my angel,' Morris, 33, wrote.
'I can't write a sappy monologue because it's just too hard,' she said, 'but I love you and I can't describe how much I miss you.'
Chris Colfer, who portrayed Kurt Hummel, tweeted a picture of himself with Rivera with the caption: 'Happy birthday, babe. Miss you.'
Others who shared their thoughts included Jane Lynch and Amber Riley.
Fans also got the hashtag #NayaRivera trending on Twitter as they remembered the Glee star.
'My heart aches that you are no longer here with us. Lets make this #NayaRiveraDay,' one user wrote.
'Listening to #NayaRivera's memoir on her birthday and hearing her talk about her dreams and regrets just hurts my heart,' another fan shared.