Como (Italy): Lockdowns across the world have compelled most of us to remain indoors for as long as possible for pretty good reasons. However, not everyone has taken this lockdown seriously or have the patience to remain indoors with family for a long time.
A bizarre incident from Italy is a good example of the same. An Italian man who was frustrated with his wife after an argument, walked for 450 km down before he was stopped by the police for questioning.
As there is a strict lockdown in the European country, the man was found to be violating the rules.
The identity of the man is not revealed; he had walked for over a week to 'cool off' after he had a lover's quarrel with his wife. His interesting walk had begun from Como in northern Italy and had reached the small town of Fano on the Adriatic coastline.
The police had picked him up around 2:00 am for flouting lockdown rules in the town, and they were dumbfounded to know the reason behind his walk.
After further investigation, the police officials had found out that he had been missing from his hometown for a week, as his wife had filed missing person report back in Como.
Meanwhile, a man in Australia had travelled 32 kilometres in search of the perfect butter chicken.
Isn't Butter chicken, hands-down the best thing to exist?!
Tender chicken pieces soaked in a thick gravy of tomato and cream, how far would you go for it?
A man in Australia put us all to shame because he had travelled 32 km to get the perfect butter chicken. He went all the way from Werribee, which is 30 km Southwest of Melbourne's CBD, for a particular type of Butter Chicken he loves.
However, while treating himself, he had also violated lockdown restrictions. The man was caught on his way to the place and was fined $1,652.