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Sports A thief breaks tourists in Naples for a luxury watch, and returns it because it was a false

16:40  27 july  2022
16:40  27 july  2022 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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Two Swiss tourists were victims of an armed flight in Naples (Italy) when they were seated on the terrace of a coffee. The thief stole a watch to one of them before fleeing. A few minutes later, the object was given to them: the thief would have noticed that it was a counterfeit.

While they were on the terrace of a coffee in Naples (Italy), two Swiss tourists were on. The thief, armed, seized a watch before fleeing, according to , an article by CNN published on Friday July 22, 2022, relayed by Capital .

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The facts occurred on a Sunday during the evening in the historic heart of the city. The scene, which only lasted a few seconds, was captured by the establishment's video surveillance cameras. When the server has given their orders to the holidaymakers, the customers told him that they had just been victims of a flight.

A copy of a watch at € 300,000

Although shocked by this mishap, tourists still decided to stay there to consume. According to CNN, the stolen object was actually a low -cost counterfeiting model. The original version, a Richard Mille brand watch, is estimated at nearly € 300,000. A detail that the thief would have finally noticed since, seven minutes later, another person presented himself to the victims to give them the watch ... and apologize, reports the American media.

According to Francesco Emilio Borrelli, who is a Campania region advisor in campaign against crime in the Neapolitan city, luxury watch thieves bring them directly to people responsible for reselling them. Specialists, the latter can easily distinguish an original watch from a counterfeit. Since coffee was under video protection, they would then have decided to send someone else to make it, note our colleagues.

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