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Dpcm: cinema manager has second thoughts, 'high fine, I close'

2020-10-26T18:24:04.099Z

Eventually he gave up and decided to keep his cinema closed: Antonio Mosticchio, owner of the cinema "Multiplex Sala Fasano" in Taviano, in Salento, this morning had posted a sign at the entrance with the words: "I remain open". (HANDLE)



(ANSA) - TAVIANO, OCTOBER 26 - In the end he gave up and decided to keep his cinema closed: Antonio Mosticchio, owner of the "Multiplex Sala Fasano" cinema in Taviano, in Salento, this morning had posted a sign at the entrance with the words: "I remain open". Now that sign has been removed. To induce the man to put an end to what he had called a civil disobedience against the last Dpcm which closes also cinemas and theaters, having taken note of a penalty provided for in the event of failure to close from one thousand to 5 thousand euros. Together with the operator, the patrons were also fined with 400 euros each. "In addition, my employees would also have been fined with me - says the man -. Being this way I can do nothing but close, I do not have the economic strength to defend myself." (HANDLE).


Source: ansa

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