The robberies of soccer players in Europe continue to be recorded over the months and now the victim was the Brazilian player of Udinese in Italy, Walace Souza, who was robbed of almost $200 thousand dollars in objects that were stolen from his house
The robberies of soccer players in Europe have not stopped despite the various complaints and this time the victim was the Brazilian player from Udinese, Walace Souza Silva, when a group of thieves broke into his home last Friday, located in Pasian di Prato (Udine, northeast), and took nearly $200,000 worth of items.
The assailants entered while the player was playing the Serie A match against Lecce (1-1) and, according to a first reconstruction by the Carabinieri, the Italian police, they took designer clothes, valuables and a collection of rare watches local media report.
It is not the first famous episode so far this season that affects the Brazilian player off the pitch, because less than a month ago, while driving home in the middle of the night, he had a traffic accident from which he emerged unharmed despite that his car overturned and caught fire.
It is the third robbery in just over two weeks suffered by Serie A footballers.
The Frenchman Theo Hernández of AC Milan, suffered one in his house while his wife and his son were inside on October 19 and last Thursday the Georgian Kvicha Kvaratskhelia, of Naples, had his car stolen, although he appeared hours later .
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