The World: a judge imputes Marcelo for driving without points exceeding the speed limits

first_img* Data updated as of February 24, 2020 As reported by El Mundo in its web edition, A judge has accused Marcelo for driving without points exceeding the speed limits. According to the newspaper, the left side of Real Madrid drove without points on the M-12 motorway at 134 kilometers per hour in a section limited to 120. It is not the first time that violates the rules.This information indicates that the court of Alcobendas has summoned this morning the footballer as investigatedfor a crime against road safety after being intercepted on December 19 in the vicinity of the sports city of Valdebebas aboard an Audi S8. Sources close to Marcelo, consulted by El Mundo, allege that he did not know that he had lost the points. LaLiga Santandercenter_img This is a new chapter of Marcelo with the Spanish justice, since the Tax Agency has already investigated him for the taxation of his image rights. In fact, he was reported for a tax offense and for which The Brazilian accepted a sentence of four months in prison and the payment of a fine that amounted to 753,624.9 euros.The court has communicated the following: “The Court of Instruction No. 3 of Alcobendas, after taking a statement today as investigated as Real Madrid player Marcelo Vieira, for the alleged commission of a crime against road safety (driving without points on the license and speeding) will fix for the next dates of the month of March an appearance, regulated by article 779.5 of the Lecrim, in the course of which, and according to the request of the Prosecutor, the current preliminary proceedings will be transformed into a rapid trial (since during the appearance of today the investigator has acknowledged the facts) or it will continue through the ordinary process. “last_img read more

Beyond Rated As Worlds 5th Top Safari Operator

first_img&Beyond has been listed as the world’s 5th Top Safari Operator in the US Travel + Leisure 2012 World’s Best Awards readers’ survey. As one of Africa and South Asia’s leading experiential travel companies, &Beyond is renowned for designing luxury safaris and personalised travel adventures whilst remaining committed to its core ethic of “Care of the Land. Care of the Wildlife. Care of the People.” “With over 30 years’ experience in tour operating, we are honoured to be recognised by Travel + Leisure and its readers in this prestigious listing”, says Joss Kent, &Beyond CEO. “We have ambitious plans to take our guest experience at our lodges and safari adventures to even greater heights and to achieve our focused mission of being the finest luxury experiential travel company in Africa and South Asia.” In addition to the above accolade, &Beyond Kichwa Tembo and &Beyond Ngorongoro Crater Lodge were voted among the Top 100 Hotels overall and the Top 20 Hotels in Africa and the Middle East. Kichwa Tembo was also listed 27th in the Top 50 Hotels and Ngorongoro Crater Lodge received ‘Hall of Fame’ recognition for being listed in the awards every year for the past decade. &Beyond’s travel business and portfolio of luxurious safari lodges are deeply committed to the company’s founding principles of creating extraordinary guest experiences in order to achieve ongoing conservation development and community empowerment. Together with its community development partner, Africa Foundation, &Beyond has built up a highly successful track record in empowering and enriching the lives of communities living in and around its conservation areas. Africa Foundation completes &Beyond’s model of integrating conservation, high-end tourism and communities to their mutual benefit. As more and more guests are interested in getting involved with the positive legacy that high-end travel can leave, &Beyond’s sustainability and conservation ethic has never been more relevant and compelling. It is for this reason that &Beyond’s guests and the readers of Travel + Leisure magazine choose to travel with &Beyond, and in this way assist the company to make numerous small but meaningful differences to conserve Africa and South Asia’s natural heritage, and most importantly, its people. Source = &Beyondlast_img read more