Restaurant owner Simone Fabbriconi did not rule out contacting TAR. “Instead of helping us, they wanted to punish me for no good reason”
“From the victims to the perpetrators to the convicted, instead of helping us, they wanted to punish me for no good reason.”
He did not resort to half measures Simone Fabbriconithe owner of the Centro bar, whom the editors contacted by phone in recent days to collect their version of the facts after its premises were sealed for a month on August 10 last year, until the next September 10, at the disposal of the quaestor (HERE NEWS).
The owner of the “Bara del Centro” says after closing (for 30 days) by order of the quaestor: “We, the victims”
Anger and frustration are feelings that dwell in the heart and mind of the wearer.
“It is useless to deny, so much bitterness, because we are treated worse than criminals,” the trader emphasized. – We are talking about a historic business, opened by my parents 30 years ago and tarnished in this way. I have a mortgage to pay, a family to support, and we’ve always worked with integrity. Now I am forced not to work for 30 days. Even this summer, I did not even plan to close for the holidays, because we wanted to work, and then a surprise awaited us. Me and my colleagues and employees are hardworking, always present and attentive when checking on clients. There have never been bright episodes, and what is very disappointing to me is that we ourselves have warned the police in the past not to let critical situations escalate: in particular, I remember two people quarreling and we were unable to communicate calm and the person who came into the room is already drunk. It’s a long walk from here to the bandit’s place, and that’s the worst thing.”
“Serious economic damage”
The economic damage is also significant.
“Closing for thirty days means serious economic losses,” Fabbriconi continued. “When the police arrived at the bar, I had a few minutes to lower the shutters, not to mention the fact that I also have a SuperEnalotto lottery office. I only managed to throw out the garbage, but did not turn off the refrigerators and did not decompose the goods that had just arrived. I intended to appeal to Tar, but the problem is that the closure happened on August 15, when my lawyers were on vacation. They may have decided to close my business on August 10th just to give me no time to appeal. Maybe we are annoying someone, I don’t know what to think anymore. On the morning of closing day, we also applied to the municipality. I spoke to the mayor Francis Sereda who, however, could do little. Of course, I pointed out to him that we are not drug dealers and not criminals, as someone wants us to think.