Hugo Lloris a été arrêté pour conduite en état d'ivresse à Londres

25 Août, 2018, 01:21 | Auteur: Adelaide Bullion
  • EdF: Affaire privée, Le Graët veut zéro polémique pour Lloris

Hugo Lloris, capitaine de l'équipe de France championne du monde et de Tottenham, a été inculpé vendredi à Londres pour conduite en état d'ivresse, a indiqué Scotland Yard. Il a été placé en cellule de dégrisement pendant sept heures et sera convoqué devant la justice le 11 septembre prochain. Celui-ci a révélé un taux d'alcoolémie positif (le taux maximal toléré est de 0,8 g par litre de sang en Angleterre contre 0,5 g en France). "L'alcool au volant est totalement inacceptable, j'assume l'entière responsabilité de mes actes et ce n'est pas l'exemple que je souhaite donner", a fait savoir Hugo Lloris, qui pourrait néanmoins être dans le groupe pour le match que doit disputer Tottenham ce lundi face à Manchester United. C'est ce qu'a affirmé la police de Londres ce 24 août. Y en a ras le cul!

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Dans L'Equipe de ce vendredi, il avait livré une longue interview tranchant avec ses conférences de presse souvent charpentées à la langue de bois. Réponse de Lloris dans le quotidien sportif: "C'est forcément difficile, après avoir vécu deux mois aussi forts en groupe, de retrouver mes repères dans la vie quotidienne. Tout est pardonnable à ce moment-là", a écrit sur Twitter le Diable Rouge à l'adresse du Tricolore qui avait déclaré au sortir de la Coupe du monde vouloir "faire la tournée des bars à Nice discrètement et à l'improviste", afin d'honorer un pari lancé avant le Mondial en cas de sacre des Bleus.

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