Tourists in Milan banned the use of selfie sticks
Milan banned the use of selfie-sticks, and drink from glass containers and tin cans in public places. The rule also referred to the fireworks. In addition, the ban of street trade in particular, sales of vans food. The new rules will be in effect until mid-August.
The municipality of Milan banned the use of selfie-sticks, and drink from glass containers and tin cans in public places. On Friday, July 14, reports The Local.
The restriction is put in place both for tourists and for locals. It will be valid until 13 August. In the administration of the Italian city does not exclude the possibility that the ban could be extended for a longer period.
This rule is also referred to fireworks. In addition, the ban of street trade in particular, sales of vans food.
Such measures as the city administration went to combat waste in Milan and antisocial behavior of guests and local residents. Advisor to the mayor for security Rocca Carmela (Carmela Rozza) expressed hope that the ban will teach people to drink from plastic cups and not bottles and cans.
It clarifies the newspaper Corriere Milano, the rule will affect six popular tourist areas of Milan. What is the penalty for violating the new prohibition of citizens, not specified.
Earlier in July it became known that in Rome has imposed restrictions on the consumption of alcohol on the streets and selling alcohol in the late evening and night. Those who will not obey these requirements, was threatened with fines of 150 and 280 euros respectively.