Friday, March 25, 2011

Court Rules Priest Sinned at Petroleum Station; Clashed with Gang of Bikers, Toppled Motorcycle

A parish priest has been fined over a fight at a petroleum station, the Austrian Times website reports today (March 25, 2011).

Lukas Hammerle from Sellrain, Austria was ordered to pay a fine of 4,800 Euros by a court in Innsbruck, after clashing with a gang of bikers at a filling station earlier this year.

The 68-year-old said he queued for about 20 minutes behind the motorcyclists at the service station.

One of the motorcycles toppled over when the priest argued with a member of the group of bikers after he paid for the fuel.

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