The 2021 Tour de France had a bad start, when A spectator caused a large-scale crash Early in the first phase of the event.
Now, the suspect has been arrested.
according to France 24A source close to the investigation told AFP that the women “have been formally identified and detained a few minutes ago.”
The suspect was arrested in Brittany, the area where the first four stages of the Tour de France were held. BFM TV. Her actions will face a fine of 1,500 euros (approximately 1,778 US dollars) and a lawsuit in the Tour de France.
“We are suing this woman who behaved so badly,” Pierre-Yves Tuau, deputy director of the Tour de France, told AFP. “We are doing this for a few people to do this-not to spoil everyone’s show.”
The accident was caused by the woman holding a sign that read “allez opi-omi”-roughly translated as “Go to Grandpa, Grandma”-blocking the way of cyclist Tony Martin. As a result, Martin lost his balance, fell and started stacking underneath, causing Jasha Satlin to withdraw from the game.
The huge crash is #TDF2021 This morning it was because a spectator held a sign and hit a rider.
-NBC Sports (@NBCSports) June 26, 2021
Eight cyclists needed treatment from official doctors, while countless others were bruised and bruised. Satrin was the only cyclist forced to withdraw from the race.