Palermo, Harrison Ford loses his credit card on the beach: and the son of Judge Borsellino returns it to him

Palermo, Harrison Ford loses his credit card on the beach: and the son of Judge Borsellino returns it to him
Palermo, Harrison Ford loses his credit card on the beach: and the son of Judge Borsellino returns it to him

At first none of them could believe it. Neither the son of judge Paolo Borsellino, a police officer, nor his men. Who was that careless American tourist who had decided to lose his credit card on the beach of Mondello, in Palermo? Was it possible that he was, as the serial numbers showed, Harrison Ford, that very Harrison Ford, the real Harrison Ford? But no, everyone said to themselves, first of all Manfredi Borsellino, manager of the Mondello police station and, indeed, son of the magistrate killed by the mafia in 1992. And instead, yes, it was neither a diabolical joke of a joker with so much time to lose nor a very singular case of homonymy: that card belonged to the real Ford.

Manfredi Borsellino and the famous actor found themselves face to face, because Ford is in Sicily these days to shoot the last film of the Indiana Jones series. He had been on the beach, in Mondello, to spend a few hours, but the presence of the Security agents, who do not leave him for a moment to protect him from any harassing fans, had not prevented him from slipping his credit card out of his pocket. In spite of the usual and stale clichés about dangerous Sicily full of dishonest ones, a passer-by found her, who, instead of trying to shop or withdraw money, dutifully took her to the Mondello police station, headed by the judge’s son. From there the research, the surprise and the identification of the place where the actor is, thanks to film production. Happy not to have lost the card, Harrison Ford thanked the cops and Borsellino. With the inevitable souvenir photo, smiling, with all of them.

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