The Gallery of Vittorio Emanuele II in the square of the Milan Cathedral is vandalized with paint

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A group of men dressed in black have vandalized the Gallery of Vittorio Emanuele II, located in the central square of the Cathedral of Milan (northern Italy), where, after climbing to the highest part of the monument, they defaced some inscriptions with spraycausing the indignation of tourists and Milanese.

The men ascended to the place on Monday night, and before the astonished gaze of the passers-by began to write inscriptions with colored spray bottles on the facade of the structure. built in 1865can be seen in a video uploaded to social networks by the Vice President of the Government Matteo Salvini.

“Endless shame. We will do everything we can to get law enforcement to bring these thugs, who should be given a lesson for lifebased on jail, fines and social services with the disabled and the elderly,” wrote the also Minister of Infrastructure.

“And if they are minors, let mom and dad payobviously a little distracted…”, he added.

Firefighters, along with state police and local police, intervened with a ladder to check the extent of the damage, and police investigations are already underway to identify the authors -at least three- of the act of vandalism, according to local media.

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