Yesterday evening, at around 8 pm, the operators of the Police Headquarters spoke at the Lidl supermarket in via Zannoni, where a young Gambian citizen attempted to appropriate three pairs of shorts. Although the supermarket employees themselves managed to recover the goods, the man – in an evident state of drunkenness and non-observance of the obligation to wear the mask inside the shop – he has not stopped shouting and ranting against those present.
The young man refused to provide his general information and even targeted the policemen with shouts and offenses. The presence of many customers, including children and the elderly, made it necessary at that point to get the drunk out of the shop, and in the course of this operation the latter refused, vigorously opposing the operators and trying to scratch and hit them. Even in the car, towards the police station, the foreigner kicked and punched the door and in the offices it was necessary to handcuff him, to avoid injuring himself while pulling head and punches on the walls of the office where he was led. Until the 118 health worker had to sedate him.
The man – who was recently released from prison and who was among his previous convictions for drug dealing, aggravated theft and resistance to public officials – was arrested. During the direct route, the judge validated the arrest, ordered the sentence of ten months’ imprisonment, replaced with the measure of expulsion from Italian territory.