Israeli citizen who listened to loud music in a hotel arrested for 15 days in Tashkent

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The Chilanzar district criminal court sentenced an Israeli citizen who violated order in a hotel, reports, citing the court verdict. According to the court document, on May 16 at 22:30, a hotel employee called the hotline of the Tashkent city DIA and complained about a client, Alexander Khaustav, who arrived from Israel.

The man, who was drunk, disturbed the peace of citizens. The Israeli citizen resisted the police officers, refusing to go with them to the department of internal affairs.

At the trial, Alexander Khaustav admitted his guilt and said that he came to Tashkent to visit the cemetery where his parents were buried.

By a court decision, Alexander Khaustav was found guilty of committing offenses under Articles 183 (petty hooliganism), 192 (violation of requirements for combating household noise) and 194-1 (failure to comply with the legal requirements of an internal affairs officer) of the Administrative Responsibility Code of the Republic of Uzbekistan. He was sentenced to 15-day administrative arrest and imposed a fine in the amount of 1/3 and 1 BCA (533 thousand soums).