The Valencian Ministry of Justice has twice tried to notify a proposal to € 2,700 fine to Brazilian Real Madrid player Marcelo Vieira for having breached the perimeter closure and the obligation to wear a mask during the weekend of March 27 and 28.
As the regional Executive has informed EFE, this sanction proposal was sent to the BOE on May 11, so that the player had ten days to present allegations to it since then.
For the moment, the Valencian Government has no record of any response, although the same sources have indicated that a “reasonable time” will be expected in case the footballer had alleged.
After this time, which has not been determined, an attempt will be made to notify the sanction again and if it is not possible it will be sent back to the BOE and its processing will be in the hands of the Treasury.
On April 1, the Ministry of Justice reported that Marcelo and his family had been subject to a proposed sanction of 2,700 euros for having skipped the perimeter closure of the Valencian Community and failing to comply with the obligation to wear a mask.
The footballer uploaded a photo to his Instagram account in which he was seen with his family on the promenade of La Malvarrosa beach in Valencia without a mask, despite the fact that at that time it was not possible to enter or leave the Community without just cause due to the pandemic.
For this reason, the competent Ministry proposed a penalty of 600 euros for each of the family members (four in total) for skipping the regional perimeter closure.
In addition, a penalty of 100 euros was raised for three of the members for not wearing a mask, since one of the player’s children would not be obliged to wear it by age.