Bartender Sentenced After Customer Drinks 56 Shots And Dies

A French bartender has received a suspended jail sentence
after he was convicted of manslaughter for letting a man down 56 shots during a
drinking contest that led to his death.
Renaud Prudhomme, 56, broke the in-house shots record last
October at Starter, a bar in the central French town of Clermont-Ferrand.
He had spent the evening with his daughter and some friends
who helped him home in his inebriated state, but they soon had to phone
emergency services. He died in hospital the following day.

Bartender Gilles Crepin, 47, admitted at an earlier hearing
that he had made a mistake by displaying the shots record on a noticeboard,
encouraging the victim to go too far.
He was given a four-month suspended sentence by a local
court on Wednesday and banned from working in a bar for a year.

But his lawyer said he would appeal the ruling. Lol, egbo
what is there to appeal? 

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