Police search the Tour de France spectators.
After causing one of the worst accidents in the history of the Tour de France and then escaping, female cycling fans face up to a year’s imprisonment.
Brittany prosecutors in the northern part of the country began a criminal investigation on Sunday after the unidentified and fleeing female suspect, which caused confusion on Saturday, was filmed.
She was laughing loudly when she was holding a carboard sign in front of Proton running from Brest to Landeno on the first stage of this year’s world-famous race.
Roadside spectators caused a major accident on Saturday in the Tour de France with a banner
Tony Martin had nowhere to go when the supporters went out watching the TV camera
A major accident caused a large blockage and more than 20 riders collided with the deck.
‘Go! A combination of French and German, “Gran, Grandad” was clearly aimed at millions of viewers around the world.
The woman, who is said to be from Germany, turned her back on the speed-violating rider and looked straight at the camera of the TV motorcycle. German Tony Martin clashed with her.
Martin collapsed, causing a terrifying domino effect, resulting in a tangled bike and body.
There were many serious injuries, including the injury of another German rider, Jasha Sütterin, who had to get out of the whole contest.
“The spectators who caused the accident left the scene before the investigators arrived,” said a Finistere Kempeitai spokesman. “Everything is done to try to find her.
Tony Martin was the first man to be defeated, with a road rash on his left side
“She wore glasses, blue jeans, a red and white striped sweater, and a waxed yellow jacket.”
Meanwhile, the prosecution confirmed that it had launched a criminal investigation, saying it “intentionally violated safety rules and caused injuries that could prevent them from working for up to three months.”
This is a prosecutable crime in France, with a maximum of one year’s imprisonment and a fine of just under £ 13,000.
Pierre Yves Touau, deputy race director of the Tour de France, also said the organizers have filed complaints against women who may be facing legal action from the tour.
Julian Alaphilippe, who came down in the crash, boarded again and won.
“This is unacceptable behavior,” he said. There are safety rules to follow. The audience does not cross the road and does not take selfies.
“Frankly, her attitude was insane. The show is a rider, not an audience who wants to appear on television.
“The tour must remain a party, but it’s been ruined by the attitude of a very small minority. This is no longer acceptable.
“We are suing this woman who behaved very badly.
“We do this so that the few people who do this don’t ruin everyone’s show.”