Peschiera: Riots for groping women on Lake Garda – News from abroad

Peschiera – As the crowd left, Orietta Gaiulli, the mayor of Peschiera, said in astonishment, “We saw the day of the war.”

About 1,500 to 2,000 young people attacked a quiet town on Lake Garda (Italy), rioting, attacking tourists and destroying shop windows. There were fights, stabbing, throwing stones and bottles at police officers.


The crowd is said to be wandering the streets of Peschiera hereFoto: TWITTER

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The crowd is said to be wandering the streets of Peschiera herePhoto: TWITTER

Offenders: mainly young people, probably mostly migrants from North Africa. They traveled on “Republic Day” on June 2 and chanted “This is Africa.”

The incident, meanwhile, has sparked heated political debate in Italy – also because countless women have been abused and harassed by men in the crowd. About 30 suspects are being investigated.

German-Israeli psychologist Ahmad Masour said on Twitter: “It doesn’t start with boys harassing women on the street. It starts with the idea of ​​purity and honor that a woman should keep her virginity … “

Calls for a new crowd are circulating in the coming days, this time in Riccione near Rimini.