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A 26-year-old woman has been brought before the Monaco Criminal Court charged with causing damage to a Bentley to the value of €6,237. The car in question belonged to a financier with whom she had spent the evening drinking in the company of two other friends, the court was told.
When the party of four decided to visit Sass Cafe at the end of the evening, the car owner allowed his gaze to wander in the direction of two blonde customers, much to the chagrin of his female companion. Then, after the party left the bar, the man asked for a contribution to the drinks bill. Infuriated by what she perceived to be a double insult, the defendant seriously damaged the paintwork of the victim’s car by dragging a key along its body.
The defendant accepted that she caused the damage and was fined €500, suspended. However, she was ordered by the court to pay the cost of repairing the Bentley’s paintwork.
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