A Belgian court has sentenced a man to one year in prison and fined ,000 4,000 for attempting to travel with a fake PCR test. After checking the airport services, he agreed to buy a fake for 30 euros rather than making a real one.
In Belgium, we do not make fun of fake PCR tests. Halle-Wilward court has sentenced a man to one year in prison and fined ,000 4,000 for attempting to travel with a fake PCR test. The Voice of the North. He actually appeared at an airport on May 7, but the document caught the attention of authorities. After checking with the laboratory mentioned in the test, it appeared that the passenger’s name was not in the records and the test number was not. He finally admitted that he had bought a false test for 30 euros.
However, the significance of this penalty is not limited to the use of a faulty test. The government initially offered to pay the man 750 euros. He did not respond and although the summons was sent he did not go to court. One behavior that led Belgian justice to pronounce a heavier sentence is linked to a “social and dangerous attitude.”
Many cases of fraud
The case of this man is not isolated. Between April 19 and June 11, a total of 576 people were surprised by false PCR tests, one of whom has already been convicted in court. April 27 was an event that promised that Belgium would fight hard.
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