Giancarlo Magalli plays the role of policeman in his Rome in lockdown between self-audits and fines
Not everyone knows perhaps of the passion of Giancarlo Magalli for the policeman. A sort of hobby-job that is the years as a volunteer in his Rome. And it is continuing even in these difficult weeks for Italy as a whole. The magazine Ofmore tells the story of this unusual experience having regard to the lockdown of Rome as of all of Italy.
“In these days, I am in charge of checkpoints. In the patrol there were six or seven, because the means to control are so many and there is always plenty to do: check the self-declarations, identity documents and those of the car, keep a close eye on any ambulances to facilitate the passage... should I occupy only of cars and motorcycles, not pedestrians. But if I notice a gathering of people, I am speaking also for that“. The “work” volunteer of Magalli starts in the afternoon because, you know, in the morning there is his other great love, the television. The Facts of your withstand in spite of the restrictions and the many changes that have been addressed. And so, after the greetings with the program of Rai 2 drops in the road.
For years, in fact Giancarlo Magalli is a volunteer with the municipal Police, a body in which he has to climb all the degrees of a hierarchical “Today are larger, about to become a colonel“. Magalli also gives the fines, however, admits, “the majority of The citizens are respecting the restrictions“.
To be a bit worried about this life full of commitments that the host has are, in particular, his daughters, who reproach him often causing him to note that perhaps at a certain age should avoid taking the risk. Especially in this period, in view of the emergence of the coronavirus. But Magalli has no intention of forsaking his commitment to the community. “A policeman cannot just be called off,“ said the conductor.
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