ROME — Police detained an Italian man discovered with a knife in his bag on the boulevard resulting in St. Peter’s Sq. hours earlier than Pope Francis made his weekly look at a Vatican palace window Sunday.
The Italian information company ANSA stated the knife was found throughout an inspection of the bag as a part of routine safety for the general public approaching the sq..
The person, 52, from the southern Italian area of Calabria, is believed to be mentally disturbed and authorities stated there was no suspicion of terrorism, ANSA reported.
Italian media stated the person scuffled with police, and one officer was barely injured.
Authorities have been making an attempt to find out why the person was carrying the.
The pope’s midday window look went forward as scheduled, as he greeted some 20,000 individuals within the sq. in the course of the customary Sunday custom.