Check the bottom sides. First reflex for Brigadier Chief Thierry. Check it’s not an accident. The car is in perfect condition. The engine is still running. Surprise, On the driver’s seat. An Asleep man. Oh! He’s moving. Sleep, drug abuse or cardiac arrest, anything is possible. The brigadier decides to take no risk and
runs to grap something to force the door. When finally, the man’s waking up: He’s not moving? He’s up there. Confused, the man seems to come out of a bad dream when he puts the first gear He’s gonna drive ! Cut the enging, cut it ! Open the door! To take any chance, Thierry has his hands on his weapon. He stands in front of the car. Stay there, open the door. Okay, it’s okay. Hello, sir, it’s the police, are you all right? You’re not hurt? No, you’re not hurt. Okay, get off the vehicle, please. Get off the vehicle, get off the vehicle, get off the vehicle. Come on, bring him in the van. We need to clear the road. We’ll let you handle the markup. I’m gonna move the car. We’ve got a world champion here. Priority for police officers: Move the vehicle. Luckily, a drama has been avoided. There’s no risk of accident anymore Let’s get on the side or we’re gonna get hit. Vehicle parked, Right lane, drunk person driving, drunk person driving. Obviously, we’re trying to test his drunk level,
but I’m not sure that he can blow. I’m not sure. The driver will not even be able to blow in the breathalyzer. Again, again, again and again and again. Do you have any papers on you? No, you stay here. The man can’t barely speak. Policemen must be able to identify him and know his nationality. We’re looking for an administrative document that could prove his identity. It would help us know if he’s ever been allowed to drive, if he’s got a license. For the procedure. Let’s say that he’s a little tired. He made slightly inconsistent. Again again again again again again again again
again again again again again again again. Oh, God, we were almost there. Well, we’re not gonna make it. We’ll go. We’ll go on a blood sample. No paper, Then head to the police station.