The largest in the history fine for speed violation
In Finland, fines are determined by the earnings of the offender. Millionaire Jussi Salonoja (annual income of 7 million euros) in 2004 got into the Guinness Book of Records for driving at the speed of 80 km / h where the speed limit was 40 km / h somewhere in Helsinki. The police wrote him a speed ticket for 170,000 euros, an appeal to the district court reduced the amount to 100,000 euros.Now that's a country where you don't want to speed, especially if you're rich.
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