A British woman of 20 years has been denounced after being surprised when he stole parts of an old mosaic in the archaeological site of Pompeii (southern Italy), the Roman city destroyed by the Vesuvius volcano, have informed Efe police sources.
The young woman was on tour with her family this Sunday at the archaeological site, when she decided to jump a separation barrier to access the house Domus of the Anchor, example of the life in this city destroyed by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 d.C. That's when the girl tore off some fifteen tiles from one of the mosaics that pave the domus, reopened to the public at the end of last year, and tried to take them away.
The pieces have been recovered
The tourist has been denounced for attempted theft
A guard at the archaeological site saw him and warned the police, who intercepted the girl and they seized the stolen pieces. The agents delivered the tiles to the restaurateurs of Pompeii today to return them to their original place and repair the damage caused by the woman, who has been denounced for attempted theft.
The young woman must wait in her country to be notified of the complaint and know if the Prosecutor
italian decides to proceed against you.