Exemplary punishment will fall on soccer player for making obscene gestures | Video

The Chilean international Gabriel Arias could be suspended in Argentine League after making “obscene gestures” this Sunday to rival fans in the match between his team Racing Club and PlatenseAfter the The prosecution initiated a case against him for incitement to violence.

will be penalized with five to twenty days of arrest and/or prohibition of attendance from three to ten dates (…) any person who with their expressions, provocations or gestures will cause disturbances of public order “, Said the prosecution in a record that was accessed Reuters.

The head of the security operation In the same complaint, he stated:

After the match, I visualize that the Racing goalkeeper (Arias) makes obscene gestures with his hands to the stands where the local club fans are.

arias was expelled by the referee Facundo Tello by his gestures and then transferred to a local police station, in which he was notified of his violation of article 14 of law 11,929.

The Andean footballer said after the game that a group of Platense fans had insulted him throughout the game and that his The reaction occurred as a consequence of the repeated verbal aggressions received.

“I was wrong. I shouldn’t have reacted the way I reactedbecause violence is never the solution to violence”, said the goalkeeper this Monday through his Twitter account. Instagram.

racing club won as a visitor 0-1 to platinum, meeting valid for date 20held this Sunday at the Vicente Lopez City Stadium, where arias was expelled at 90+6′, along with Eugene Mena at 90+2′ by the visitor; while, Carlo Lattanzio He also saw red cardboard at 90 + 6 for the local.

(With information from Multimedia and Reuters)