Jan 15, 2022
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Timati put two-year-old son behind the wheel of a Hummer


38-year-old rapper Timati put a baby behind the wheel on a busy highway.

The performer of the hit “Keys to Paradise” is vacationing with children and friends in Colombia. The hip-hop artist stopped by the resort town of Cartagena. Timur spends a lot of time on the beach and also surfs in the Caribbean. The rapper began to teach his favorite hobby and Ratik. The boy rode the wave for the first time in his life. His sister Alice is already bold and agile with the surfboard.

Yunusov decided to accustom Ratmir to a more serious matter – driving a Hummer car. A graduate of “Star Factory-4” put the child on his lap and let him steer. Timati pointed to the road with his finger and explained something to the baby. One hand of the father was on the steering wheel, but after a moment the rapper raised both hands and showed that the son does everything on his own. At this time, a truck and several cars drove past them. The traffic was brisk.

However, the performer of the hit “In the Club” did not allow Ratik to drive for a long time. Timati did not take his eyes off the road and was not distracted. The rapper continued on his way, holding the steering wheel from below. Neither Yunusov nor his son were wearing seat belts. It is noteworthy that in the same way Timati taught his daughter Alice to drive.

If Timur did this in Russia, he would have to bear administrative responsibility. Thus, failure to perform or improper performance by parents or other legal representatives of minors’ obligations to support, educate, protect the rights and interests of minors (Article 5.35 of the Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation) is punishable by a fine of up to 500 thousand rubles.

Law enforcement officers were interested in the case of another popular Russian – Anton Gusev. A former participant in the reality show “Dom-2” persuaded his eight-year-old son Daniel to drive. The boy didn’t want to do it. Unlike Timati, Anton chose a free road in the suburbs, where traffic was minimal.

Gusev demanded that the child go faster. “What are we going like grandfathers?” joked the young father. For such a method of education, he received a fine of 3 thousand rubles. In the actions of Gusev, they saw signs of Article 2.23 of the Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation (“Violation of the requirements for the transportation of children established by the rules of the road”).

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