“Drugged with coffee and robbed”, 80-year-old in hospital in Naples: photos and alarms from relatives on social networks

It all lasted a few minutes. The time for a coffeethen dark and awakening with the bitter discovery: the four rings he wore disappeared. The man from the hospital is hospitalized 80 years old victims of what happened on Tuesday, September 20, by the sea in Naples. The family members have filed a complaint with a lot Photo to Commissariat by Posillipo police claiming their loved one had been drugged with a substance diluted in coffee offered by a strangera man in his fifties who happened to be nearby Rotonda Diaz, behind the free beach called Lido Mappatella.

The investigations by the agents will now shed light on what happened. The man, living in the neighborhood Chiaia and rescued from 118 after fainting, he is currently hospitalized at Cardarelli. He was subjected to in-depth analyzes by healthcare professionals to understand the causes that caused the illness.

The story started running on some parents’ whatsapp chats. Sounding the alarm is grandchild by the 80-year-old who reconstructs what happened in an audio: “There is a man who lures the elderly, offers them a drink, drugs them and then robs them. It happened to my grandfather who is now at Cardarelli under observation. Pay attention to your parentstell him not to accept anything offered and not to give to speak to unknown people”.

To the Regional Council of Europa Verde, Francesco Emilio Borrellianother grandson of the 80-year-old explained that “by the sea at via Caracciolo, while my grandfather, who is almost 80 years old, was on the beach swimming and spending some time in peace, a man of 50 years he walked close to him and tried to make friends by giving him a coffee which however was corrected with an amazing substance. My grandfather lost consciousness and that man took the opportunity to remove the 4 gold rings he was wearing”.

To take the pictures, which immortalize the alleged thief from the back wears one shirt and backpack, was a passerby. “We ask the police to track down as soon as possible the person who risks killing or otherwise causing illness to his victims in order to steal gold,” commented Borrelli together with la Radiazza radio host Gianni Simioli. “Now people steal and commit crimes at any time of the day even in front of witnesses, that says a lot about our legal situation. Too many crimes go unpunished. It’s time for a change of pace,” they add.

Professional journalist, born in Naples on July 28, 1987, I started writing about sports before switching from 2015 to deal mainly with news. I graduated in Communication Science from Suor Orsola Benincasa, went to the Journalism College and in the meantime collaborated with various newspapers. After the experiences at Sky Sport and Mediaset, I moved on to Retenews24 and then to VocediNapoli.it. Since October 2019, I have collaborated with the editorial team at Riformista.

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