Due to a false positive test for methamphetamine, a woman who works as a driver in the metropolitan public transport was left without a license and her car was stopped from driving. A few months later, an expert report at the Military Medical Academy proved that there were no drugs found in Antoaneta Dimitrova's blood and urine. Since the beginning of the year, however, she has not been able to work, but has been admitted to hospital by her employer. The woman is adamant that she will sue the Interior Ministry because of the false result of the field test.
"On February 5, I crashed. It was snowing and there was no visibility. My car slipped. I immediately called 112. They told me they'd send traffic cops. They came, took pictures of the place and gave me a test for alcohol and drugs. I gave samples and the result was positive for methamphetamine. They arrested me, took my license and took my numbers off. They took me to a polyclinic to take blood and urine, which were sent to the MMA. A few months later, I was told that the result was negative. I got my license, but I'm still waiting for my license plates to be returned," Antoaneta Dimitrova said on Nova TV.
Caught driving in the opposite direction: I drank a glass of brandy, I did not feel drunk