Polish man faces 10 years in jail for fudge bribery – Telegraph

Prosecutors have charged the man, known only as Leszek, with being drunk in charge of a bicycle and attempting to pass on “material benefits” to the police.

The man apparently offered the fudge to the officers as he sat in their patrol car after being found asleep beside his bike by a road in the eastern town of Minsk Mazowiecki.

“I had only had two beers,” Leszek told the TVN24 television news channel.

“Anyway they put me in the back of the car, and I said ‘gentlemen would you like some fudge as an act of kindness, and can you let me go because I live right next door’?”

But police took a dim view of the suspect’s claim of generosity.

 

Polish man faces 10 years in jail for fudge bribery – Telegraph.

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