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When an agent caught up with the subject, an altercation ensued and a second agent had to assist in subduing the subject.
You know, I'm quite a hyperactive, excitable kind of person so it was a matter of really taking away my own natural energy and sort of subduing that to give some sense of pathos and depth," Contactmusic quoted him as telling BANG Showbiz.
The action plan for subduing the grey economy encompasses also introduction of fiscal cash registers and registration of traders in green markets, fighting sale of illegal and smuggled goods, reinforcing inspections in the field of mineral raw materials, preventing tax frauds and categorization in tourism.
When he continued to refuse to stand down, state police fired several sock rounds, subduing him.