How the portal publishes chad.co.ukRokas Ananikovis fled to his home after the event. The accident took place on 18 December last year.
The police found blood on the VW Passat steering wheel of R.Annaikov car. At the time she was questioned, blood ran from her nose, prosecutor Daniel Church said.
"Lithuania admitted that he was – he was driving without insurance and a driving license, and asked what we would do or keep," he said.
The man later revealed to the officers that he did not mention anything about custody.
"He admitted drinking three bottles of whiskey on the night," the prosecutor said.
Ananikov denied that he had run down the walker and said he didn't think he was driving the car himself, but admitted that no one else could sit on his steering wheel.
She injected 87 micrograms of 100 milliliters to a tester.
Probation officer Lucy Harrison said Mr Anikikov had taken full responsibility, although he remembered vaguely about events that night.
"He has been living in the country for four years, being diligent, with no problems with alcohol or drugs," he said.
Lithuanian 22-year-old, through an interpreter, admitted driving a car without drink insurance or a driving license. He did this on Thursday before joining Mansfield Magistrates' Court.
Judge Andrew Meachin decided to give him 12 months of public work, 100 hours unpaid work.
Ananikov also lost his driving license for a period of 20 months, but was offered a special course for drunken drivers, who, after the hearing, had dropped to 152 days if this course were heard by June 2020. t
Lithuania also has a 520 pound fine, it will have to pay 85 pounds of court costs and £ 85 state fees.