Four suspects who hung distasteful Vinicius doll get a general stadium ban

The four people who were caught in Spain on Tuesday because they hung a doll of Real Madrid striker Vinicius Junior at the end of January have been banned from the stadium. This was decided by a court in Madrid on Thursday.


The four suspects, who were brought before a judge after their pre-trial detention, have been released on bail and are not allowed to go “within 1,000 meters” of a La Liga stadium during football matches until further notice, the Madrid court said in a statement. a statement. The ban also applies to Real Madrid’s training center in the northeast of the Spanish capital, where the doll bearing Vinicius’s effigy was found, the statement continues.

The arrests came two days after a new incident involving the lightning-fast Brazilian. On a visit to Valencia (1-0 defeat) on Sunday, the attacker had to deal with racist insults from the home supporters. This led to a wave of indignation at home and abroad.

The four people arrested on Tuesday are charged with a “hate crime”, a category of criminal offense in Spain that includes racist incidents. The police added that three of the four accused are part of an ultra group of “a Madrid club”.

At the end of January, a day before the city derby between Real Madrid and Atlético Madrid (3-1) in the Copa del Rey, a doll wearing Vinicius’ shirt was hung from a bridge. Above the doll hung a banner with the inscription: “Madrid hates Real”. An investigation was immediately opened by the Spanish police after the incident. The four persons could be caught on the basis of testimonies.

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