zTwo Australians continue their journey Venice to be expensive. On Wednesday morning, the two young men skillfully circled water taxis and gondolas on the Grand Canal with two panels of electrically powered aluminum foil and photographed each other. In turn, they were also photographed and photographed by dozens of people on boats and from pier walls.
Venice Mayor Luigi Brugnaro chided the two on Twitter, calling them “idiots and ostentatious” and promising dinner for those who provide clues to the illegal surfers.
In fact, it only took a few hours for the culprits to be identified – whether thanks to tips from residents or by evaluating recordings from countless surveillance cameras in Lake City, the city council did not say.
The authorities said that the two tin plates with a total value of about 25,000 euros were confiscated because they had no insurance cover. In addition, a fine of 1,500 euros each was imposed on the two for endangering the safety of shipping and they were immediately banned.
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