Arnold Schwarzenegger, ex-California governor was fined 200 euros twice for puffing his cigar at two Austrian airports during a visit to his mother country in June, the daily Krone Zeitung reported Tuesday. The offences took place at Graz and Salzburg, the newspaper pointed out.
The former Mister Universe and actor-turned politician may get away without paying the $280-dollar penalties as Austria and the U.S have no cooperation agreement on these type of offences.
But the Crown said that the authorities of Graz newspapers have not given up and sent the fines from the Embassy of U. S. in Vienna in order to take into account the reputation of their opposition to the law to smoke. The former “Terminator” star has sought to revive his movie career since leaving the former governor of California office again this year, but made headlinesrecently, especially about his divorce from Maria Shriver.