Italy, violence against women: Tunisian attacks the ex on the street in Pisa, identified by the police – il Fatto Nisseno
Tonight around 2.15 am the police cars of the Pisa police station intervened at the bridge of the Fortress following a request from a 30-year-old Italian who, while she was in the company of her current boyfriend, a 25-year-old Tunisian, had been approached by the former cohabitant, a peer of the girl, also of Tunisian origin, who had already moved away from the post, who had attacked them by hitting the man with a fist, pushing him, offending the woman and slapping her.
While one patrol remained in place (the two reported that they reserved the right to file a complaint, refusing medical treatment), the other patrol went in search of the attacker, with negative results. At 3.30 the woman again requested the intervention of the police because she was discussing with the ex cohabitant, who had come back alive, and feared that the situation would degenerate. This time the patrol blocked him before he walked away, identifying him.
The dispute was only verbal, therefore the woman was discharged, stressing the need to file a lawsuit in order to proceed with the 30-year-old. The man was however removed from the agents and rebuked on refraining from reiterating similar behaviors.