Mayors across Italy are furiously blasting people for ignoring lockdown rules as the country is the worst affected with coronavirus in the world.
Mayors and governors across Italy are exasperated with people ignoring the lockdown and are sending strong threats to all citizens who refuse to listen to governments advice.
Antonio Decaro, Mayor of Bari, lashed out at those using their dogs as an excuse to get out of the house more than necessary.
He furiously said, “I’m going to address you all. Where the f**k are you all going?
“You and your dogs that must have an inflamed prostate?”
In the region of Campania, President of the southern region Vincenzo De Luca, threatened those planning to throw graduation parties with police armed with “flamethrowers.”
He said, “I’m getting news that some would like to throw graduation parties.
“We will send the police over. But we will send them over with flamethrowers.”
Cateno De Luca, Mayor of Messina, in Sicily, also threatened his citizens.
He said, “I’m going to catch you. Tomorrow, not in a year. Tomorrow!
“I’m the Mayor. You won’t stroll in my town.
“I can’t formally ban you from leaving your house?
“Fine. I will ban you from stepping on public soil.”
Italy has 59,138 confirmed cases of coronavirus, with 5,476 deaths and 7,024 people have fully recovered.
As a direct result of people across the UK socialising in large groups in Snowdonia, Brighton, Battersea park and many other locations we could now face a full lockdown.
The measures of the lockdown could include movement being restricted by the police or military, with possible curfews implemented to enforce self-isolation.
Speaking on BBC Radio 4, Matt Hancock said he doesn’t know why some people are ignoring the government’s advice.
“It’s very selfish,” he told the Today programme.