Driver fleeing crash scales fence to land in one of the most high-security places in Paris
A man who fled the background of a automobile disintegrate in Paris took the eventual incorrect turn, take refuge in the headquarters of France’s spy agency.
The driver, who reportedly did not have a “drivers licence”, was involved in a gate-crash on the capital’s Peripherique ring road on Friday, scaling a barrier various metres high to get down the busy artery.
He was apparently unaware he had clambered into the grounds of the General Directorate of External Security( DGSE ), according to the Parisien newspaper which first reported the narrative.
He was immediately picked up and arrested.
The site, on Boulevard Mortier in north-eastern Paris, is one of the most closely monitored blots in Paris- epitomes of it on Google Street View are blurred. It put forward in acclaimed French TV spy thriller Le Bureau des Legendes- starring performers Mathieu Kassovitz and Jean-Pierre Darroussin- which prevailed international acclaim under the English title The Bureau.
The suspect’s fence-scaling abilities would have sufficed Florida suspect Jennifer Anne Kaufman well on Sunday. She was cornered against a fencing by cows after she absconded her car and ran across a plain while being pursued by police. Directing divisions on the ground, law enforcement officers in a police helicopter said:” If you consider the large group of cows there, they’re literally following her, chasing her .” Kaufman was later arrested.
Agence France-Presse contributed to this article