San Lorenzo: “Boxer fights” in the street, he beats two people and sends them to hospital: 35 year old arrested

San Lorenzo: “Boxer fights” in the street, he beats two people and sends them to hospital: 35 year old arrested
San Lorenzo: “Boxer fights” in the street, he beats two people and sends them to hospital: 35 year old arrested

Editorial board
06 June 2021 11:26

Improvised “boxing fights” in the streets of San Lorenzo during which two people were beaten and forced into hospital treatment with a prognosis of 30 and 90 days. Nothing to do with the “noble art“. A 35-year-old Roman, with precedent, arrested on Saturday morning by agents of the San Lorenzo police station, directed by Giuseppe Rubino in application of a restrictive measure issued by the GIP of the Court of Rome, punched them.

Pre-trial detention was requested by the Public Prosecutor of the Public Prosecutor’s Office of Rome following the investigative findings concerning two violent episodes, carried out by the man, in June and October 2019, during which, for futile reasons, he had become the protagonist of boxing fights, engaging real challenges, initially joking, against two acquaintances. The whole thing had been taken and recorded by a video camera installed in a nearby business.

In particular, it emerged that the scuffles, initially simple pushes given for fun, then degenerated into real boxing fights initiated by man with the aim of demonstrating his physical supremacy, undoubted supremacy given the evident prowess of the 35-year-old, compared to two unfortunate “adversaries”, who, following the violent blows suffered, ended up in hospital and hospitalized with prognosis of 30 and 90 days respectively.

After the notification of the provision, the 35-year-old was associated with a prison facility available to the judicial authorities.

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San Lorenzo Boxer fights street beats people sends hospital year arrested

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