(ANSA) - ROME, JUN 14 - It is yellow in Brazil on the actual number of centaurs who, on Saturday, took part in the 'motociata' (motorcycle parade) convened in San Paolo by the President of the Republic, Jair Bolsonaro: according to the organizers, the event would have collected 1.3 million vehicles thus entering the Guinness Book of Records as the largest motorcycle show in the world. Local media, however, on the Guinness World Records website does not mention the event, which, according to the São Paulo government, would have counted on the participation of just 12,000 motorcycles.
Information on the alleged record had begun circulating on social media through posts by supporters of the state leader, including federal deputy Carla Zambelli.
It is not the first time that Bolsonaro has invited his sympathizers to follow him on a motorcycle through the streets of the country. According to him, a form of reiterating its opposition to the lockdowns decreed by the majority of governors as a form of prevention against the coronavirus pandemic.
On this last occasion, Bolsonaro and other politicians were fined, among other things, at the disposal of the governor of San Paolo, Joao Doria, for not wearing the anti-Covid mask. (HANDLE).