Harsh punishment and fine imposed on those responsible for hanging a Vinícius Júnior doll | Video

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The Commission against Violence, Racism, Xenophobia and Intolerance in Sport has agreed this monday propose fines of 60 thousand 001 euros and the prohibition of access to sports venues for 2 years at four people identified who hung the Vinícius Júnior doll on a bridge in Madrid.

These individuals are the alleged perpetrators of the placement on a bridge near the Sports City of Real Madrid of a banner with the slogan 'Madrid hate Real' and of a black doll in clear reference to the Real Madrid player Vinicius Junioron the eve of the meeting Real Madrid-Atletico Madrid in the Copa del Reyplayed on January 26.

He also proposed other fines of 5 thousand eurosand the prohibition of access to sports venues for a period of 1 yearto the three individuals identified as the perpetrators of making racist gestures directed against Vinicius in it Valencia vs Real Madrid of LaLiga Santander, played on May 21.

antiviolence increases the penalty for expected 4 thousand to 5 thousand euros understanding that the authors "They were aware of the reprehensibility of their actions having repeated this type of conduct" and their perpetrators have been subject to sanctions in several games throughout this season and cause the match to stop.

On the other hand, said commission fined thousand 500 eurosand proposed the prohibition of access to sports venues for a period of three months, at 84 individuals that, outside the stadium and in possession of various blunt objects, They remained in ambush in a children's park waiting for the rival fans at the end of the game. Rayo Vallecano-Atletico Madrid of April 9.

(With information from Europe Press)

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