The British prime minister was reminded of an old fine debt

The district court ordered British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to pay a fine of £535 ($752), the politician himself denies guilt. It was reported on Thursday, May 13, the publication Business Insider.

It is not reported what exactly Johnson was fined for yet. The documents of the case show only the official place of residence of the British politician – a residence in Downing Street.

The prime minister’s entourage called the verdict unfounded and said they were ready to appeal.

On May 10, it was reported that the parliamentary commission on observance of standards launched an investigation into the British prime minister’s spending on holidays abroad.

This investigation was the second scandal for Johnson in recent months. Before that, the public had criticized the legality and appropriateness of renovating the Downing Street residence with funds from party donors.