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Reporter harassed: police identify man in images

2021-11-29T10:35:39.405Z

The reporter: 'I'm going to make a complaint, it cannot be tolerated' (ANSA) The police allegedly identified the Fiorentina fan who, after the match in Empoli (Florence) on November 27, harassed the Toscana Tv journalist Greta Beccaglia while she was live for a sports broadcast. The Empoli police station identified him by crossing the images taken by the same television with others. Other investigations are underway. However, according to what has been learned, at the mom



The police allegedly identified the Fiorentina fan who, after the match in Empoli (Florence) on November 27, harassed the Toscana Tv journalist Greta Beccaglia while she was live for a sports broadcast.

The Empoli police station identified him by crossing the images taken by the same television with others.

Other investigations are underway.

However, according to what has been learned, at the moment, no specific measures are being taken against him because the police are awaiting the report of the journalist, which for now does not appear to have been presented to the authorities.

The lack of this act, with the testimony of the young reporter, would make it more difficult to identify the other fans who harassed her in the same circumstance outside the Castellani stadium, on the outflow side of the viola fans.

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I'm going to make a complaint, it cannot be tolerated

", said the journalist confirming, in an interview with Qn that tomorrow evening" I will be at the stadium for the Fiorentina-Sampdoria interviews. "" What happened - says the victim of the attack - shows how far we are behind in the minimum respect between the sexes ". But after the news spread around the network, the journalist" received an avalanche of messages of solidarity, especially from men. "But she wonders:" This time it happened in front of the cameras. How many other girls suffer similar violence every day in absolute silence? ". Interviewed by 'La Stampa', Beccaglia reports that she felt" disoriented, upset "after the harassment and what hurt her most was" indifference "around her." Everyone saw,no one said anything, "she says." Despite everything, I am lucky. I can get the message across for everyone. "


Source: ansa

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