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The country announced a draconian nationwide lockdown starting on March 10, that heavily restricted travel between cities and urged people to stay at home. And honestly, it's pretty great advice. "But we will send them over with flamethrowers".
Regional president De Luca made his freaky threat in a televised message in which he said: 'I'm getting news that some would like to throw graduation parties.
As leaders around the world are now struggling to contain the deadly coronavirus outbreak and have been urging people to practice social distancing, an Italian mayor has said that the government "will call the police" and "will send flame throwers" if people still chose to defy the self-isolation rules.
"I'm getting word that someone is having a graduation party, we'll send in the carabinieri (paramilitary police), we'll send them in with a flamethrower". "I said to him, hey, this is not a film and you're not Will Smith in "I am a Legend" therefore, get home".
Others took a slightly more aggressive approach, dropping a casual f-bomb.
"You and your dogs", Antonio Decaro said in a video message to his constituents, "which must have an inflamed prostate". "Where the fuck are you all going?" Despite the overwhelming growing fear of the fatal COVID-19 in Italy, where even China's virus death toll was surpassed last week, people have continued to disregard the precautionary measures proposed by the government. They will put you in your place.
"I met a fellow citizen who was serenely jogging up and down the road, being followed by his exhausted dog".
"Getting in a mobile hairdresser?" Do you understand that the casket will be closed! "Who the f*** is supposed to even see you with your hair all done in a casket?"
"I can't formally ban you from leaving your house?" You have to stay at home! Don't make Scott Morrison bust out the flamethrower. On Monday, Italy confirmed 601 new coronavirus-related deaths in the past 24 hours, bringing the total number of deaths to 6,077.
Italy is in the grip of the world's worst coronavirus outbreak, with the death toll increasing by almost 1,500 over the weekend.
As a direct result of people across the United Kingdom socialising in large groups in Snowdonia, Brighton, Battersea park and many other locations we could now face a full lockdown.