The former OB-player Marcus Pedersen has been sentenced to unconditional imprisonment for 24 days for drunk driving. The reports Norwegian media.
the Attacker, who has played nine internationals for Norway, appeared in court Monday morning and admitted to have been driving drunk driving, and that he can also poorly run from. As Marcus Pedersen was stopped at 01.35 on the night of the 5. april, he had 2,26 in parts per thousand.
It is forbidden to drive a car with a bac higher than 0.2 in Norway
In Norway says the rules that one is to be sentenced to unconditional imprisonment and a fine, if you have run the car with a bac that is higher than 1.2, and it is the reason that Marcus Pedersen is now 24 days in jail.
It has been an aggravating circumstance, that the former OB-player drove around in the centre of the city of Hamar with the high bac.
Marcus Pedersen, who is now on contract in HamKam, spoke out last week about his driving.
- I take the punishment I get. The incident happened as a consequence of how things have been and how I've had it. I'm just glad that I did not run anyone down. It is shameful, said Marcus Pedersen in the previous week to the Hamar Arbeiderblad.
It is not the first time that the Norwegian makes unfortunate noticed. When he tørnede out for Vålerenga in 2012, shortly before the switch to OB, he was of the club to a fight quarantine, as well as a fine for a bender.
Marcus Eriksen played 24 League matches for the OB and scored seven goals.
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