Juve to fine trio for attending ‘forbidden’ party

Juventus will reportedly fine Weston McKennie, Paulo Dybala and Arthur after attending a party without respecting COVID restrictions in the American midfielder's home.

La Stampa reports the former Schalke 04 man organized a party in his home with his two teammates and other friends.

The trouble is, it is forbidden to organize private parties in Italy under the current COVID rules.

Neighbours called the Police when they noticed a party was going on inside McKennie's home, but nobody opened the door when they arrived at the spot.

Juventus will reportedly fine Weston McKennie, Paulo Dybala and Arthur after attending a party without respecting COVID restrictions in the American midfielder's home.

La Stampa reports the former Schalke 04 man organized a party in his home with his two teammates and other friends.

The trouble is, it is forbidden to organize private parties in Italy under the current COVID rules.

Neighbours called the Police when they noticed a party was going on inside McKennie's home, but nobody opened the door when they arrived at the spot.

Italy has a nationwide curfew in place, from 10 pm to 5 am. The Police officers arrived at McKennie's home at around 11.30 pm.

They had to insist on being allowed inside the property for more than one hour, and when they were finally let in, they found the three footballers with other friends.

The party participants risked being charged for resisting Police, but they were eventually only fined €400 each, as provided by Italy's current law.

Il Corriere di Torino, however, reports the attendees didn't prevent Police officers from entering the property.

According to Goal.com's Romeo Agresti Juventus will also fine their three footballers.

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