Romana Tabak, a politician from the OĽaNO party, was fined five hundred euros for bathing in a sheltered stream.
The deputy immersed himself in a stream during a trip to the High Tatras in July and posted a photo of it on his community page.
Photo: Facebook / Romana Tabak
First, commentators drew attention to the fact that this is a protected stream, and it is not possible to bathe in it. Then the case became a small scandal in Slovakia, where the deputy defended himself by not knowing that he had broken the law.
The Nature Conservancy recently imposed a €500 fine on MP.
They wrote that all this was a warning, while also acknowledging that the case indicated that there was room for improvement in the order of visitors to the Tatra National Park, as there was no proper indication of where (not) to bathe. .
The actor has already paid the fine.
The agency welcomed the politician’s payment of the fine without appeal, and at the same time offered the MP to work together to promote responsible behavior in national parks and raise interest in nature reserves and tourism.
(via new word)
“Student. Unapologetic travel expert. Evil tv fan. Friendly pop culture scholar.”