A 23-year-old Gambian man from Piacenza was recently arrested by the police for robbery, resisting public officials and refusing to provide personal information.
According to reports from the Italian website ilpiacenza and “Italy Daily”, a man took a can of canned tuna and a bottle of yogurt in a supermarket in Borgo Faxhall shopping mall in Piacenza. He refused to pay for the food. Although he had 15 euros on him, he told the cashier: "I don't pay, I am a refugee, in Italy, you can't do anything to me." The cashier was stunned by the man's words. The man also quarreled with the supermarket staff and overturned an employee. The police rushed to the scene after receiving the call, but the man not only failed to constrain, he also yelled at the police. Eventually the man was subdued and taken back to the police station.
Image source: Official website of the Italian Police Department
After the police investigation, it was found that the man was 23 years old this year, from the Gambia. But he is not a refugee, but a homeless man, and he still has Some criminal convictions. In view of this situation, the man was taken directly to court, but even in court, his attitude towards everyone (including his defense lawyer) was very arrogant and even contemptuous. He was in court to the judge. Cry: "I did nothing. I don't know why I was brought here. I am a refugee and I can do whatever I want. "
However, when the court interpreter told the manAs per the prosecutor’s request, he was to be taken preventive measures to be put into jail when he became uneasy and tried to resist. The man was eventually taken to Novate City Prison. It is reported that the case will be postponed to trial in October this year because the man’s defense lawyer applied to the judge for defense preparation time.
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The man’s words and deeds aroused heated discussions among Italian netizens. Although he is not a real refugee, many people say The focus of public opinion points to Italy’s refugee policy.
Netizen @sbrigati: He’s right. He can do whatever he wants. This is our government after he arrived in Italy. What was repeated to him was only to tell him his rights, no one told him his due responsibilities.
Netizen @claudioarmc: I’m sorry, but he didn’t say anything.Wrong, everyone knows that a judge will appear to release him for various reasons.
Netizen @omaha: We have to thank the Italian Democrats and these judges for this kind of thing. They make those foreigners think that Italy is a "if you are Immigrate, you can stay and do whatever you want. In fact, those immigrants have begun to do whatever they want on the streets.
Netizen @razzaumana: At least until October, he There is a place to live, because if nothing happens, he should go to jail
Netizen @routier sarcastically: The question is how long he will stay in prison ? A few minutes? How many hours? Or how many days?
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