This isn’t what the Romans do.
A person from Saudi Arabia drove his rented Maserati down the well-known Spanish Steps in Rome and was charged with a criminal offense, CNN reported.
A number of of the 300-year-old steps had been broken by the 37-year-old man’s disastrous drive late Tuesday evening, based on Italian information company ANSA.
The unidentified man claimed that he merely took a “fallacious flip” and ended up on the staircase, Italian media reported. Surveillance video captured the luxurious automotive stopped about midway down the steps.
Police tracked the person down by means of the rented car, based on CNN. He was arrested Friday at Milan’s airport whereas returning the automotive.
The person was charged with aggravated harm to cultural heritage and monuments.
The Spanish Steps are used every day by vacationers and Romans, however they’re not meant for vehicles. Just a few years in the past, a big restoration challenge was accomplished on the staircase, which will get its title from a Spanish Embassy on the prime.