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Re: What happened to Aussie TV
« Reply #15 on: February 18, 2020, 12:45:30 PM »
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wonder Jochen,students also do pranks in Italy,like put soap into fountains? :skrewy:

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Twenty three Feyenoord fans arrested in Rome

Twenty three Feyenoord supporters were arrested in Rome and 19 charged after violence broke out before the Dutch side’s Europa League clash with Roma on Thursday, prompting an outcry over damage to the city.

Drunk fans damaged buildings and threw bottles at riot police on Wednesday night before hundreds clashed with police at the Spanish Steps on Thursday before the game.

Police fired tear gas and tangled with fans, who left the square’s Baroque fountain full of empty beer bottles.

“Rome has been violated today,” local government councillor Paolo Masini said in a statement, describing tourists holed up in hotels and nearby windows shuttered. “This is pure and simple hooliganism.”

Italian police said they arrested six Dutch nationals on Wednesday night and confiscated truncheons and broken bottles. Judicial sources said a further 17 people were arrested on Thursday, and magistrates will deal with the four not yet charged next week.

Livio Ricciardelli, a member of the city government, said Feyenoord should make a public apology and pay for the damage caused to the city by their fans, adding that repairs would be costly.

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Re: What happened to Aussie TV
« Reply #16 on: February 18, 2020, 08:48:27 PM »
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wonder Jochen,students also do pranks in Italy,like put soap into fountains? :skrewy:

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Twenty three Feyenoord fans arrested in Rome

Twenty three Feyenoord supporters were arrested in Rome and 19 charged after violence broke out before the Dutch side’s Europa League clash with Roma on Thursday, prompting an outcry over damage to the city.

Drunk fans damaged buildings and threw bottles at riot police on Wednesday night before hundreds clashed with police at the Spanish Steps on Thursday before the game.

Police fired tear gas and tangled with fans, who left the square’s Baroque fountain full of empty beer bottles.

“Rome has been violated today,” local government councillor Paolo Masini said in a statement, describing tourists holed up in hotels and nearby windows shuttered. “This is pure and simple hooliganism.”

Italian police said they arrested six Dutch nationals on Wednesday night and confiscated truncheons and broken bottles. Judicial sources said a further 17 people were arrested on Thursday, and magistrates will deal with the four not yet charged next week.

Livio Ricciardelli, a member of the city government, said Feyenoord should make a public apology and pay for the damage caused to the city by their fans, adding that repairs would be costly.
sounds like they had  fun
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Re: What happened to Aussie TV
« Reply #17 on: February 18, 2020, 11:25:36 PM »
sounds like they had  fun

Oh yes, joking with the Carabinieri is not a good idea - and that was before the match they would never see :mrgreen:


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Re: What happened to Aussie TV
« Reply #18 on: February 18, 2020, 11:42:16 PM »
You have to give it to the mafioso, they do things with a particular style. I remember seeing and article where a guy they wanted to get rid of was fed to the pigs live and they recorded the sounds of the guy screaming as he was being eaten.  :badgrin:
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Re: What happened to Aussie TV
« Reply #19 on: February 19, 2020, 07:01:34 AM »
They look like Dutch boy scouts.  :biggrin:
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