Italian police raided a party of Juventus players

Italian security forces fined Juventus players for a home party because the players violated measures to combat coronaviruses.

The sports newspaper Corriere dello Sport reported on Thursday that Italian carabinieri police raided the villa of American Juventus midfielder Weston McKenney in Turin.

At a dinner of 10 people, including Juventus players such as Argentine striker Paulo Dyba and Brazilian midfielder Arthur, the carabinieri intervened to fine them for violating COVID-19 measures.

The Juventus players were with their friends at Villa McKenna.

10 people, including players McKenna, Dyba, Arthur, were fined for violating coronavirus measures.
Security forces rushed to the house when one of McKenna’s neighbors called police.

  As the regions of Italy are preparing for the opening of the summer season

Italy bans parties because the new coronavirus still has a significant impact on daily life.

The country imposed a nationwide night curfew from 22:00 to 5:00 to stop the spread of the virus.

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