Wednesday reported this week Aftonbladet Prince Daniel (50 years old) was caught speeding. He allegedly drove the car at a speed of 87 kilometers per hour, even though the maximum permitted speed was 80 kilometers per hour, the report states.
The letter also said that Prince Daniel committed the act “negligently.” The accident happened on the E16 outside Hofors in mid-August.
-We can confirm the accuracy of the information. Beyond that, we have no comment,” the Swedish court wrote in a letter to the newspaper.
Soon after he wrote Express The prince must settle for paying a fine of 1,500 Swedish krona.
Now Prince Daniel is getting an unexpected boost from Expressen journalist Anna Gullberg (53), who wrote one Chronicle About this event.
“He took me and all my friends. It feels like the best moneymaker in the state, ready to extract money from all our hopefuls. Now when I take him out, thousands of people will nod their heads,” she wrote.
Moreover, Golberg wrote that she feels sympathy for the prince.
“I feel for you, Daniel. You’re not going to get out of Hofors fast enough. Eight kilometers over the speed limit (with a small deduction as usual) is still too slow.”
However, the journalist explains in the facts that it is wrong to drive too fast.
“He’s breaking the law. Making mistakes will cost money. Princes as well as commoners, everyone must pay. Don’t blow up my inbox with anger now, law-abiding citizens.”
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