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Venice’s fines tourist $1G for a coffee at the old bridge

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Two of the tourists in Venice, Italy, have been forced to wake up and smell the coffee, and after getting slapped with a $1,067 fine to brew up the java for a travel cooker at the end of the old bridge.

On Friday, two German backpackers, have been sand-blasted with an expensive penalty fee to encourage the brewing of a cup of joe at the foot of the Rialto bridge, and the BBC.

The tourists, between the ages of 32 and 35, were also launched on the Italian city for the offense, which occurred on the oldest bridge across the grand Canal. According to Newsweek, the Rialto, recently underwent a multi-million dollar renovation.

Two of the tourists coming to Venice, pictured, was forced to wake up and smell the coffee, and after getting slapped with a $1,067 fine to brew up the java for a travel cooker at the end of the old bridge.
(Comune di Venezia)

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

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

“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 of the news.

Overtourism, it is still a bit of a growing concern to the Venetian lawmakers, with about 30 million visitors flock to the city each year. Venice has a population of about 55,000.
(Comune di Venezia)

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

In the past few months, the Venetian government officials started to charge the entrance fees for day trips for tourists, which is a first for Italy.

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