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Italian pensioner vs law. Sam patched the hole in the road, he got a huge punishment

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Pensioner Claudio Trenta has been asking the authorities for several months to patch a hole in the road near his home. – When no one intervened, I decided to act on my own and on April 26 I repaired the damage. Then on May 10 came the fine – said the pensioner, quoted by “Corriere della Sera”. He was fined €882 and ordered to restore part of the road to its original condition.

Claudio Trenta filled the hole with asphalt at the intersection of via Monte Santo and via Trieste. The arbitrary repair cost him 882 euros. He informed about the case via a social network, where he created a group some time ago describing the inconvenience, dirt and other problems in the municipality of Brianza.

He must remove the effects of illegal work

The topic was quickly picked up by the media, including Milan’s “Corriere della Sera”. The man showed a fine of €882 (reduced to €622 if paid within five days) that had been set for him by the municipality. Reason: “violation of the Highway Code by plugging a hole on his own initiative at the height of the pedestrian crossing between via Monte Santo and via Trieste”.

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The letter received by Claudio Trenta also orders him to restore the road to its original condition, as part of “the obligation to remove the effects of illegal works”. The Brianza pensioner has no intention of paying. – I have been reporting the inconvenience to the relevant authorities for a long time. When no one intervened, I decided to act on my own and on April 26 I repaired the damage. Then on May 10 came the fine,” says Claudio Trenta.

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