Milan, 3 July (Adnkronos) – Six people, including five women born in Romania and two of whom are residents of the Cascina Gobba nomad camp, will no longer be able to access the Milan metro lines. This was decided by the Milan police commissioner, who issued the six Prohibition measures for access to urban areas. Two women, in particular, frequented the Milan underground network asking for insistent offers of money, behaviors that often served to distract travelers in order to rob them.
One is an 18-year-old Romanian citizen, with a history of harassment or disturbance to people: in the last 30 days she had been repeatedly caught while, with a harassing and insistent way, she begged for alms from travelers in transit, interposing between them and the automatic ticket machines. . The Daspo issued to him has a duration of 6 months and prohibits access to the entire underground lines MM1 red, MM2 green, MM3 yellow and access to the infrastructures of the “Duomo” and “Centrale” stops.
A ban on access to the entire yellow M3 network and to the “Duomo” stop for 12 months, on the other hand, was issued on Thursday against a 43-year-old Italian, already the recipient of the expulsion order from the municipality of San Donato Milanese where he was going to buy drugs in the Rogoredo grove. The man has been repeatedly seen begging travelers with a harassing and insistent attitude on the line. Three other urban Daspo were taken for three women born in Romania, aged 22, 29 and 32, all with numerous precedents for aggravated theft and already recipients of removal orders: they will no longer be able to access the Duomo station or gravitate in the immediate vicinity of the entrances of surface, respectively for 9, 6 and 12 months. In June, the police removed about fifty people from the subway network for 48 hours.