He rushed past stations: In Stuttgart, the police had to pull a drunk S-Bahn driver out of circulation.
At some stations he left the doors closed, at others he drove right past them: in Stuttgart, the federal police had to pull an S-Bahn driver out of circulation. He had previously announced what he thought of his job and employer.
MWith a whopping 2.8 blood alcohol level in the blood, a drunk S-Bahn driver in Stuttgart was pulled out of traffic by the federal police. The 43-year-old had previously failed to stop at several scheduled stations, a police spokesman said. Sometimes he is said not to have opened the doors at all or only with a delay. The man used the announcements to gossip about his job and employer, the spokesman said.
When the S-Bahn rushed past the Rutesheim station without stopping, a woman waiting there called the police. She had wanted to pick up her daughter at the train station. After the man drove an unplanned loop, federal police officers were able to arrest him. A voluntary alcohol test confirmed the suspicion that he was no longer completely sober. The man is now being investigated on suspicion of dangerous intervention in rail traffic.