A staff member of Kazakhstan’s embassy to Lithuania has been caught driving under the influence of alcohol in Vilnius, police said.
Geležinis Vilkas Street
© Vilnius city municipality

The 32-year-old member of the embassy's administrative and technical staff had 1.4 per mille of alcohol in his blood when his Toyota Avensis car was stopped by police at the Eigulių-Geležinio Vilko Street intersection at around 3 a.m. on Friday.

The man faces a fine of between 300 and 450 euros.

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