A large fine was demanded from Lidl on Thursday, November 3, 2022 after the death of a 16-year-old boy.
On Thursday, November 3, 2022, Lidl was prosecuted by the Bayonne court for selling alcohol to a minor. A young man died in a scooter accident after drinking vodka from a German distributor’s store in Pyrénées-Atlantiques. MCE TV tells you everything from A to Z!
Lidl ready for the holiday season
Lidl is now one of the most popular supermarkets. And this, for the simple and logical reason that the German distribution company continues to provide good products for them unbeatable prices.
As the end of the year celebrations approach, the company also unveiled products priced at less than 5 euros. Something to please his loyal customers. You want to taste it deluxe duck liver delight made with 50% foie gras? No problem. This little wonder can be found on the shelves for only 4,39 euros.
And that’s not all! The strong discounter also offers gourmets the opportunity to purchase small cakes to be a winner. Also crispy goat cheese, honey and fig confit. Five gourmet three to spend about twenty minutes in the oven.
Also, Lidl invites you to try its chicken cassolettes, sweet and yellow boletus with Madeira sauce. A festive recipe for 4.19 euros. And for dessert, fall pink biscuits from Reims for less than two euros. Also for three mini dark chocolate mousses for 2.49 euros. A true joy.
“First dish. Wednesday is the long overdue return of the #Deluxe range. Chances are fun and vacation planning the way it should be! », can we read on Lidl’s official Instagram page. MCE TV tells you more!
A huge fine for a German company
Unfortunately, if the mood is a celebration on the shelves of Lidl stores, the German distribution company has just faced justice.
Yes, the company was accused of having it selling alcohol to a minor. A young man who, after drinking vodka he bought in a shop in the Basque Country, died in a scooter accident.
Thursday, November 3, 2022, A fine of 5000 euros has been requested against Lidl following the death of the teenager 16 years old.
According to the latest Most of the information posted online is Ouest Francethe prosecutor believes that the symbol ” does not complete the verification process” age of customers.
The victim’s mother filed a complaint. “not to set an example that will not help him, but so that his son’s death will not be in vain”.
In any case, this is what his lawyer, Antoine Tugas, had to say. Currently, the decision is not official. The court is expected to deliver its verdict on December 8.. One thing is that Lidl’s image has been tarnished by this sad story.