A man who broke into the grass in England and handcuffed himself to a beam was sentenced to actual imprisonment
A social activist who last season interrupted the progress of the game between Everton and Newcastle, will serve six weeks behind bars in addition to a prolonged suspension from the pitches
Friday, September 30, 2022, 8:37 p.m
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Summary: Everton - Newcastle 0:1 (Sport1)
Soccer fans have been breaking into the grass all over the world since forever, but it seems that in the last year it is a phenomenon that has gotten out of control.
Many claim that the reason for this is the creation of "TikTok" videos, others simply break into the grass to meet their idols as happened in the match between Maccabi Haifa and Paris Saint-Germain, but one way or another - there is no doubt at all that this is a disturbing phenomenon that all over the world are racking their brains about how to act in front of her
As for the same fan who burst in to hug Messi, for example, it was only yesterday (Thursday) that it was learned that an indictment was filed against him about two weeks after the match, immediately after which he was removed from the pitches for a total of six months, but in other countries the hand is much harder and the punishment accordingly.
Burst into the grass, handcuffed himself to a beam and sat in prison (Photo: Reuters)
Some of those who break into the grass, at least rarely, do so with the aim of promoting one or another agenda, as did the same social activist in the organization for the climate who broke into the grass during last season's Premier League match between Everton and Newcastle, and did so when he handcuffed himself to a beam.
But in England, unlike Israel, they did not consider the reason for the break-in and imposed an unprecedented punishment on him following the criminal offense he committed.
In "Sky Sports" it was announced that he was convicted this evening and was sentenced to six weeks of actual imprisonment in addition to being removed from the football field for three years.
For those who were wondering, none of the groups were punished for that hack with the claim of "vicarious liability".
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