In the future anyone caught over the limit on Swiss roads may have to pay up to €113,000.
(The majority of European countries have a drink driving limit of 0.5 mg. Though some countries have outright bans on any alcoholic trace in drivers’ blood, countries like the UK, Ireland, and Switzerland allow 0.8 mg, and the Republic of Cyprus (that’s the southern Greek-speaking part that is now an EU member state) has a 0.9 mg threshold. Fines will be calculated according to the income of the driver. This means that a millionaire caught speeding will have to pay around €19,000. Of course the overpaid lawyers will probably get them off on a technicality.)