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Tourists in Venice, to a fine of more than $3G for skinny dipping in the canal

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Two of the tourists visiting Venice have joined in a $ 3,320 fined for skinny dipping in the vicinity of the main square, Piazza San Marco, the main square of the floating city,” on Monday night.

The two men from the Czech Republic were caught by the police, to swim fully naked in the waterway in the vicinity of the city, Fodor’s travel guide reports. The “happy” visitors were said to have been “hard-core football fans in the city for the support of the Slavia Prague football team, according to the ac outlet and Travel + Leisure.

The two <a data-cke-saved-href=”https://www.foxnews.com/travel” < a href=”https://www.foxnews.com/travel”>tourists</a> to be a holiday hit with $ 3,320 fined for skinny dipping in the vicinity of the main square, Piazza San Marco, the main square of the floating city,” on Monday night.
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For the jokesters has quickly learned the hard way that their stunt was a bit of a laugh, though. The officers of the law enforcement agency of the tourists have to get dressed and took them to the police station where they were fined $ 3,320 for “lewd acts” in breach of the accepted principles of morality.

In the other heads of tourists behaving badly in Venice and, earlier this week, and a gondolier was under threat, headbutted and beaten up by rowdy tourists at the heart of the man and his family to board the ship to move out of his idle boat. Video footage of the incredible altercation has since gone viral on Facebook.

Overtourism, it is a growing concern for the Venetian legislation, with about 30 million visitors flock to the city each year. Venice has a population of about 55,000.

The brutal behavior of the visitors, and a number of politicians are at their wits ‘ end.

For the jokesters has quickly learned the hard way that their stunt was a bit of a laugh, though. The officers of the law enforcement agency of the tourists have to get dressed and took them to the police station where they were fined $ 3,320 for “lewd acts” in breach of the accepted principles of morality.
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“Venice should be respected, and that those rude people who come in here and do what they want, they need to understand. Thanks to the local police department, they will be punished and removed,” Venice Mayor, mr Luigi Brugnaro, said in a recent interview.

Rule breakers will be hit with fines and penalties, as well as by the mains, and the local officials will inform the embassy or consulate of the tourists’ home nations ‘ of their violent activities.

Earlier this year, the Venetian government officials have begun charging fees for day-tripping tourists, which is a first for Italy.

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Fox News’ Alexandra Deabler, contributed to this report.

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