The captain had 2 ppm of alcohol in his blood: Polish border guards detained a Russian ship in the Baltic Sea

Now the Russian dry cargo ship is in the roadstead, and the workers of the Polish border service are engaged in its registration.Polish border guards detained a Russian ship in the Baltic Sea / photo: ua.depositphotos.comPolish border guards detained a Russian ship in the Baltic Sea / photo: ua. depositphotos.com

Polish border guards detained a Russian ship in the Baltic Sea , which almost rammed the beach.

According to Polish Radio , the Russian dry-cargo ship sailed from Klaipeda to the Gdansk Northern Port, deviated from the course and, not responding to radio requests from the Polish coastal service, headed towards the beach.

“The border guards disembarked on board the Russian ship and found that the captain of the ship had 2 ppm of alcohol in his blood, and two officers had 1.5 ppm each,” the message says.

Now the Russian dry cargo ship is in the roadstead, and the workers of the Polish border service are engaged in its registration.

It is noted that this vessel, which has 120 meters in length and more than 7 meters of draft, transported steel structures.

Recall that recently the Russian fishing vessel “Onega” sank in the Barents Sea near Novaya Zemlya (Arkhangelsk region of the Russian Federation). According to preliminary data, icing became the cause of the emergency. At the time of the incident, there were 19 people on board, while only two were saved.

(c)UNIAN 2021

3 comments

  1. What’s wrong with alcohol? Stop ships for being ruSSian, not because of alcohol. Without booze one cannot live in a fucked up world like ours no more. Maybe in the future. Who knows…

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  2. “The border guards disembarked on board the Russian ship and found that the captain of the ship had 2 ppm of alcohol in his blood, and two officers had 1.5 ppm each,”
    This is considered a normal, everyday blood-alcohol level in mafia land.

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