The fan who last Sunday was immortalized in the stands at the Olympic stadium wearing the 'Hitlerson' shirt and the number 88, a clear reference to the Nazi salute, has been
by the police .
As anticipated this morning also by Repubblica, it is a German boy who is sympathetic to Lazio, discovered thanks to the viewing of the videos from the cameras of the sports facility.
The man was identified together with two other people and their position is now being examined by the investigators.
According to what is learned, the German would have entered the stadium without the shirt which was then worn only after the derby had begun.
The German fan has been referred to the judicial authorities.
Violation of the Mancino law on inciting racial hatred.
This is the offense charged by the Rome Public Prosecutor's Office against the fan, a German citizen, who on Sunday wore a T-shirt with the inscription Hitlerson 88 inside the Olimpico stadium.
The proceeding is coordinated by the deputy prosecutor Michele Prestipino.
The man was identified thanks also to the analysis of the cameras present inside the sports facility.
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