With Baudouin de Dikkenek, Bruxelles Mobilité strikes a blow (video)

AAlcohol and drugs play a role in 13% of serious road accidents in Brussels. The use of certain substances is a problematic “trend”: according to the Vias institute, in 2020, 14% of Brussels drivers under the age of 34, for example, claimed to inhale laughing gas at least once a month before taking the car . This finding has led Brussels Mobility to tackle driving under the influence with the “Defy the prognosis” campaign. The spot, which is both funny, uncomfortable and effective, is talked about, also outside our borders. It is broadcast on social networks, on TV on the sidelines of Euro matches, as well as via posters in the festive districts of Brussels.

“I bet on future traffic accidents. With a specialty: young people ”. It features actor Guy Staumont, known for his role as “Baudouin” in the film Dikkenek. “It’s creepy eh … And it brings me a maximum of money”, explains the actor, whose role is that of a man who made a fortune by betting on road accidents.

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