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The controversy over the quarantine at the Australian Open continues and it does so with Yulia Putintseva again as the protagonist. The odyssey of the Kazakh tennis player, who already found a mouse in her room, has turned into a nightmare again.
And it is that Putintseva published a video in which rodents appear in his new room. “Different room, same problems. I want to go to sleep, but no …. Now there are many of them. Not just one in my room,” lamented the Kazakh, while responding to Rennae Stubbs, who criticized her for her complaint. “What do you say now? Should I not complain and go straight to sleep?”
@rennaestubbs And what do you say now? I should not complain and just go to sleep?🤦🏼♀️
– Yulia Putintseva (@PutintsevaYulia) January 19, 2021
Putintseva’s controversy also reached the ears of the Victoria Police Minister, Lisa Neville who hinted that the tennis player herself was feeding the mice. “We had the plague under control this week and I think they were able to feed the mice. We are doing our best to make sure rooms are free of mice. Still, I encourage you to minimize interaction with mice and we will continue to do pest control if necessary. ”
Neville also took the opportunity to ask tennis players to clean their rooms to avoid these types of problems while ensuring that, if the problem persists, they will continue with pest control in the hotel. “Each player should clean their own room and make their bed if they wish. We will continue with pest control if necessary, but we hope that the treatment carried out this week has solved the problem.”
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