According to reports at the time, Joelinton was driving on a road in Newcastle, England, while drunk early in the morning.
The reason he drank was because he was in a good mood. He scored the opening goal from Dan Byrne in the EFA Cup match against Leicester City the previous night, leading his team to a 2-0 victory. 메이저놀이터
It was a goal that confirmed the team’s progress to the semifinals, so Joelinton said he drank ‘two glasses of wine’ happily. After two glasses of wine, the alcohol test result exceeded the standard and was handed over to trial.
Joelinton’s DUI trial was held on the 26th. The judge sentenced him to a one-year driver’s license suspension and a fine, saying “this offense could potentially have disastrous consequences for the lives of others and for himself.”
If you look at the details of the ruling, it is a total of £31,085, including a 12-month driving ban, a fine of £29,000 and various £2,100. It is about 47 million won in Hanwha. That’s the price of two glasses of wine.
Joelinton immediately issued an apology. “I admit I made a mistake and apologize publicly to all Newcastle fans and to everyone in the city. My actions have unintentionally put others at risk. I will do my best to learn lessons from this incident and become a role model for my family, football and society.”
Meanwhile, Joelinton was born in 1996 and is from Brazil. He went through Hoffenheim in the German Bundesliga and wore a Newcastle uniform in the summer of 2019.