Canadian skier arrested for drunkenly stealing a Hummer


A Canadian ski Olympian was arrested for allegedly stealing a Hummer after a evening of ingesting.

Dave Duncan, 35, together with spouse Maja and complex coach Willy Raine, 48 stole the parked Hummer which Raine proceeded to generate though above the legal blood-alcohol restrict in South Korea.

The drunken joyride took area on late Friday evening and was confirmed in a push meeting Saturday morning.

All functions have unveiled apologies for the incident.  

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Canadian freestyle skier Dave Duncan, 35, was arrested with wife Maja (right) and technical coach Willy Raine after stealing a Hummer for a drunken joyride

Canadian freestyle skier Dave Duncan, 35, was arrested with wife Maja (right) and technical coach Willy Raine after stealing a Hummer for a drunken joyride

Canadian freestyle skier Dave Duncan, 35, was arrested with wife Maja (right) and technological mentor Willy Raine following thieving a Hummer for a drunken joyride

Duncan's coach Willy Raine, 48, was arrested for driving with a blood-alcohol level of .16 when the legal limit in South Korea is .05

Duncan's coach Willy Raine, 48, was arrested for driving with a blood-alcohol level of .16 when the legal limit in South Korea is .05

Duncan’s mentor Willy Raine, 48, was arrested for driving with a blood-liquor amount of .16 when the authorized limit in South Korea is .05

The  Hummer incident, pictured above was, reported by local South Korean authorities

The  Hummer incident, pictured above was, reported by local South Korean authorities

The Hummer incident, pictured previously mentioned was, reported by area South Korean authorities

The freestyle skier, wife and supervisor entered the motor vehicle that belonged to a 57-year-aged vacationer browsing the Pyeongchang for the Olympics, in accordance to nearby reviews. 

Raine then proceeded to push the car or truck with a alleged blood-alcohol degree of .16, over the authorized restrict in South Korea of .05, in accordance to Daegwallyeong police.

The three were being taken into custody outside the house the Olympic village near midnight Saturday. They have because been released.

In a push convention on Saturday the Canadian Olympic Committee verified it was mindful of the police investigation.

‘We can verify that an incident transpired involving police around midnight Friday, early morning Saturday. We have confirmation that folks hooked up to our staff were concerned in the investigation and they’re cooperating. And we just take this make a difference of class incredibly, incredibly severely,’ a spokesman claimed,

‘However right up until we know the outcomes of the investigation we’re not really in a placement to comment additional,’ he extra

Raine (left) is Duncan's technical coach who competed in the 1992 Winter Olympics

Raine (left) is Duncan's technical coach who competed in the 1992 Winter Olympics

Raine (still left) is Duncan’s specialized mentor who competed in the 1992 Winter Olympics

Raine (above) smiles in a Canada hat while on the sidelines of the slopes during a ski event

Raine (above) smiles in a Canada hat while on the sidelines of the slopes during a ski event

Raine (earlier mentioned) smiles in a Canada hat when on the sidelines of the slopes during a ski party

Apology: Team Canada released this statement apologizing for the drunken incident

Apology: Team Canada released this statement apologizing for the drunken incident

Apology: Crew Canada released this statement apologizing for the drunken incident

David and wife Maja introduced a assertion apologizing for the incident.

‘We are deeply sorry. We engaged in conduct that shown poor judgement and was not up to the specifications predicted of us as Users of the Canadian Olympic Crew or as Canadians.’ 

Mentor Raine made available an apology, extending it to the proprietor of the car or truck, as very well.

‘I would like to apologize profusely for my inexcusable steps. Words are not enough to specific how sorry I am. I have permit my teammates, good friends and my spouse and children down. I would also like to apologize to the proprietor of the vehicle that was involved,’ he mentioned in a statement. 

Staff Canada disclosed that the Korean police have concluded the investigation.

‘The Korean police have concluded their investigation and our staff users have been launched. We be expecting our athletes and group customers to perform by themselves responsibly and in holding with our Canadian and Olympic values. We are deeply upset in the behaviours of these individuals. All workforce members are expected to regard the rules of South Korea and all sites we compete in all over the earth,’ a statement stated. 

Previously this week Duncan placed 8th in a ski cross occasion and yesterday took to Instagram to gush about the encounter.

‘So this is what an Olympics is meant to really feel like. A good 8th put right here in @pyeongchang2018 My most effective snowboarding of the time and an exertion I’m proud of,’ Duncan wrote on Instagram just a day prior to the arrest.    

Earlier this week Duncan placed 8th in a ski cross event and took to Instagram to share his joy in the competition

Earlier this week Duncan placed 8th in a ski cross event and took to Instagram to share his joy in the competition

Previously this week Duncan placed 8th in a ski cross event and took to Instagram to share his pleasure in the levels of competition

Slippery slope: The three were arrested in the Olympic village and were released from custody

Slippery slope: The three were arrested in the Olympic village and were released from custody

Slippery slope: The a few ended up arrested in the Olympic village and have been launched from custody

On Wednesday Duncan took to the slopes where he won eighth place in the skiing event

On Wednesday Duncan took to the slopes where he won eighth place in the skiing event

On Wednesday Duncan took to the slopes where by he won eighth spot in the snowboarding party





Canadian skier arrested for drunkenly stealing a Hummer