Pabi Moloi is “truly sorry” for being caught by police for driving under the influence of alcohol – which is illegal!elevision presenter and Power FM radio host
Taking to her social media on Saturday, Pabi Moloi said that she’s is truly gutted by the incident.
“I’m truly gutted about this. I had an incident this week that I want to step up and take responsibility for,” Pabi Moloi said in a mini-statement she released about the incident.
“I had drinks and decided to drive myself home on Thursday night. It was a bad decision for which I take full responsibility. I was subsequently arrested for drinking and driving,” said Pabi Moloi.
Pabi Moloi said that she will submit herself to the process of the law.
“I will submit myself to the process of the law. I understand the gravity of the potential damage I could have done and I am so so sorry,” reads Pabi Moloi’s statement.
Fellow television and radio presenter Masechaba Ndlovu commended Pabi Moloi saying that she’s a “queen”.
Other people who commented on her statement saw this as an escape due to the fact that she was caught and the matter might land in the media.
Meanwhile, the Road Traffic Management Corporation on Sunday issued a statement mourning the many lives lost and injured in the horrific fatal bus crash in Centane, Eastern Cape.
“South Africa mourns the many lives lost and those injured in the horrific fatal bus crash in Centane, Eastern Cape. Destines have been derailed. Lives cut short. Families robbed of their loved ones. Survivors will never be the same. One death on our roads is one death too many. Let us work together to put a stop to the carnage and fatalities on our roads,” reads a statement by the Road Traffic Management Corporation.
The law clearly states that if you’re found guilty of drunk driving in South Africa you could face up to 6-years in jail. You could also be liable for fines up to R120 000 and your driver’s license may be suspended. You will have a criminal record which can be serious ramifications for the rest of your life.
Pabi Moloi’s decision to drive drunk adds on stats of people that are arrested on South African roads for driving under the influence of alcohol.
She could have been involved in an accident, died or killed other road users. Thousands of people die on our roads due to negligent people like Pabi Moloi who decide it is comfortable for them to drive drunk and put others at risk of losing their lives.