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Sydney Chinese student was found guilty of a highway crash

Source: xkb.com.au
[社会新闻]     16 Sep 2020
Wang Jialun leave Downing Central District Court. (Photo of the Daily Telegraph) allegedly, A Chinese student in Sydney crashed last month when his drunk driving parents bought his McLaren (McLaren) sports car, His luxury car was badly damaged. Downing Central District Court (DowningCentreLocalCourt) hearing, At around 4:30 a.m. on 22 August, JialunWang,,23 After a party, Sliding iron on the main ...
Sydney Chinese student was found guilty of a highway crash

Wang Jialun leave Downing Central District Court. (Daily Telegraph Photo)

A chinese student in sydney was said to have suffered serious damage to his luxury car last month when his parents bought his mclaren (McLaren) sports car.

Downing Central District Court (Downing Centre Local Court) hearing, At around 4:30 a.m. on 22 August, Jialun Wang,,23 After a party, car accident, occurred south of Waterloo/Hongfang (Waterloo/Redfern) section of the main road (Eastern Distributor) in eastern M1 It drove up to 500 horsepower McLaren sports car scrapped.

Wang Jialun is currently studying for a bachelor's degree in civil engineering at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) academic degree. the

A new McLaren car starts at just under A $500,000, and second-hand McLaren charges as much as A $300,000.

After the incident, Wang Jialun's blood alcohol concentration reached 0.08 mg /100 ml. He has now pleaded guilty to moderate drunk driving.

Sydney Chinese student was found guilty of a highway crash

Wang Jialun leave Downing Central District Court. (Daily Telegraph Photo)

The defence lawer ramecch (Malcolm Ramage) argued to security judge thompson (Kate Thompson) that mr wang was driving an "insanely powerful" car. Although the car is in his name, it is bought by his parents.

"He (Wang Jialun) hit one side of the security island pillar (bollard). He could hardly explain the cause. He explained that he had lost control when he had just opened a tunnel. "

"The car is a powerful beast, with 500 horsepower. "

Rameech said Wang and his passengers were not injured, but his McLaren was "badly damaged and unable to drive ".

"He is keen on racing and is a member of the racing club, so he will own McLaren ," the lawer argued. He also admitted that he had told the police that he had only had one beer, but he meant that he had only had one beer in the hour before the leave party. "

At the same time, mr ramecch argued to court that mr wang had only had another traffic violation in may since arriving in australia last september because he was speeding more than 10 km/h but less than 20 km/h.

Security judge thompson eventually convicted wang of a fine of $600 and revoked his driver's license for three months, after which he was asked to force the installation of an alcohol chain (interlock device) for 12 months.

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