The Milan police commissioner has decided that 17 people will no longer be able to use the metro

The Milan police commissioner has decided that 17 people will no longer be able to use the metro
The Milan police commissioner has decided that 17 people will no longer be able to use the metro

Editorial board
June 05, 2021 2:49 pm

They gathered up the money to spend in the Rogoredo wood going back and forth on the carriages of the M3 subway in Milan. For this reason (and because of their harassing attitude towards other passengers) they will no longer be able to take the metro. This was decided by the Milan police commissioner who, after the checks on Thursday 3 June, signed 17 orders for removal from the entire transport infrastructure against as many people.

The operation was carried out by the policemen of the Polmetro of the General Prevention Office of the police headquarters with the support of the specialists of the Anticrime Police Division. Atm security personnel also participated in the initiative. During the blitz, 105 people were checked and 17 passengers (in addition to a penalty) received the waybill.

The recipients of the expulsion orders (15 residents in Milan, 1 in the province of Varese and 1 Lecco, of which 4 women between 18 and 26 years – 3 foreigners and one Italian – and 13 men between 21 and 68 years – 3 foreigners and 10 Italians), if they are again surprised, on the same vehicles, to carry out harassing behaviors or conducts that prevent the free use of the transport infrastructure, they will be affected by the prohibition of access to urban areas, the so-called urban Daspo.

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Milan police commissioner decided people longer metro

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