Alkoholpolitik und Volksgesundheit

Drunk Young British Tourist died in the Swiss Alps

Donnerstag 31. Dezember 2009 von htm

In Wengen, the famous Swiss resort with the Lauberhorn-Descent a young British tourist was missed several days after he had left a bar at 02 a.m. A rescue team found him dead 100 meter under a rocky sightseeing point. Today it was officially that he had 2 permille of alcohol in his blood. On December 12 we reported („Blau auf den Skipisten“)that the British Government warned its citizens about alcohol consumption in the mountains. Unfortunately in this case without success. But the parents should go to court as in the Bernese law on restaurants and bars (Gastgewerbegesetz Art. 29, 1c) it is forbidden to give or sell alcoholic beverages to drunk persons. And for sure Myles Robinson was drunk already, before he had 2 permille. (Source: Tages-Anzeiger, 12/31/09) https://www.alkoholpolitik.ch/2009/12/31/drunk-young-british-tourist-died-in-the-swiss-alps/8353/ – jungfrauzeitung.ch, 12/30/09(in english)

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