Police Catch 10-Year-Old Driver ({{commentsTotal}})


Police stopped a vehicle on Sunday in northeast Estonia which was driven by a 10-year-old girl, whose father sat in the passenger seat drunk.

The vehicle caught the police's attention as it had an unusual driving style. The father said he wanted to entertain his daughter and just drive to a store.

Police took the man to a police station and the daughter was escorted to her mothers.


In Viljandi, police Monday had to resolve a family row in which a woman had smashed her husband with a globe model of the Earth.

Alcohol was involved.

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