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30.07.02, 20:13
ROME –– For years, tourists have been flipping coins into Rome's glorious
Trevi Fountain and making a wish. For years, men have waited until dawn and
scooped the wet change into their pockets.

But their late-night collections ended Monday morning, when a team of police
officers equipped with brooms, shovels and buckets barred three men from
picking up the haul, after a newspaper article showed that they were raking
in thousands of dollars a week.

The Corriere della Sera newspaper reported Saturday that the group gathered
up to $586 each day. They rested on Mondays, when the Catholic charity
collected.

"And now, what will we do?" another coin fisher, Francesco Macconi, said to
Corriere della Sera. "We're unemployed and we have families to care for."

Cercelletta, who has been picking up coins for 20 years, threatened to go
back to the fountain Wednesday morning to harm himself in protest.

"Tomorrow morning I'm going back to the fountain, to slit my wrists," the 50-
year-old said, speaking from his cell phone.






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    • Gość: tato Re: t. bezrobotny? IP: *.rrcnet.com 30.07.02, 20:34
      jot-23 napisał:

      > ROME –– For years, tourists have been flipping coins
      into Rome's gl
      > orious
      > Trevi Fountain and making a wish. For years, men have
      waited until dawn and
      > scooped the wet change into their pockets.
      >
      > But their late-night collections ended Monday
      morning, when a team of police
      > officers equipped with brooms, shovels and buckets
      barred three men from
      > picking up the haul, after a newspaper article showed
      that they were raking
      > in thousands of dollars a week.
      >
      > The Corriere della Sera newspaper reported Saturday
      that the group gathered
      > up to $586 each day. They rested on Mondays, when the
      Catholic charity
      > collected.
      >
      > "And now, what will we do?" another coin fisher,
      Francesco Macconi, said to
      > Corriere della Sera. "We're unemployed and we have
      families to care for."
      >
      > Cercelletta, who has been picking up coins for 20
      years, threatened to go
      > back to the fountain Wednesday morning to harm
      himself in protest.
      >
      > "Tomorrow morning I'm going back to the fountain, to
      slit my wrists," the 50-
      > year-old said, speaking from his cell phone.
      >
      >
      ..........I kto to czyta.....jotek..........
      Nudny jestes jak opowiesc o tartufo-bianco.....
      bo jest lepszy i drozszy od nero.
      >
      >
      >
      >
      • jot-23 Re: t. bezrobotny? 30.07.02, 21:16
        Gość portalu: a psik napisał(a):

        > ty to musisz miec fascynujace zycie zeby takie rzeczy wygrzebywac smile
        > z wyrazami szacunku

        piec dni w tygodniu mam bardzo fascynujace 7 godzin... a AP tape leci w
        nieskonczonosc. moze poszukam jakiejs fontanny w zamian.
            • Gość: jot-23 Re: apsik IP: *.dyn.optonline.net 31.07.02, 03:56
              matic napisał(a):

              > to j-23 ma rzucic tego jelenia na kolana czy tez tlum?

              hmmm nie wiem co sie dzieje z jeleniami u mnie! 2 miesiace temu bylo ich z 7 --
              -> na 3 akrach dzikiego lasu, w srodku urban jungle. miesiac temu jedna sarna
              miala dwa male! takie smieszne, pregowane.... tatko zaczal chodowac rogi, tak
              z 30 cm juz mialy... i raptem zniknely..., teraz widze tylko jedna sarenke..od
              czasu do czasu... mam nadzieje ze ich jakis sukinsyn nie wytrul...
              • matic Re: apsik 31.07.02, 04:09
                rogi gubia - to wiesz.

                podejrzewam ze to sarny (deer). Sa jak szczury. Wszedzie ich pelno. Male rosna.
                Jak podkarmisz to przyjda potem. Mozesz im zrobic sciezke marchewkowa. Maja
                pamiec jak slonie. Trzasnij zdjecie i poslij do klikena.
    • jot-23 Re: t. bezrobotny? 06.08.02, 21:54
      jot-23 napisał:

      > ROME –– For years, tourists have been flipping coins into Rome's gl
      > orious
      > Trevi Fountain and making a wish. For years, men have waited until dawn and
      > scooped the wet change into their pockets.
      >
      > But their late-night collections ended Monday morning, when a team of police
      > officers equipped with brooms, shovels and buckets barred three men from
      > picking up the haul, after a newspaper article showed that they were raking
      > in thousands of dollars a week.
      >

      saga continues:

      "A man banned from fishing coins out of Rome's Trevi Fountain was arrested
      Tuesday for collecting a 50-pound bag of coins from its waters, police and
      media said.

      Roberto Cercelletta, 50, was taken into custody for investigation of theft and
      resisting arrest by police who spotted him collecting coins at dawn, police
      said."

      "After the ban, Cercelletta tried to draw attention to himself by making
      superficial cuts on his belly during a protest.

      Italian news reports said when Cercelletta was arrested he had a bag of coins
      weighing nearly 50 pounds. The total value of the coins was not immediately
      disclosed."



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