Tourists gather at Rome’s Colosseum. Two California tourists face charges for vandalizing the ancient landmark, carving their initials into an upper level of the Colosseum, Italian authorities said. The two were freed on their own recognizance but will face charges for aggravated damage to a monument. Their names and hometowns were not released by police.
Tourists gather at Rome’s Colosseum. Two California tourists face charges for vandalizing the ancient landmark, carving their initials into an upper level of the Colosseum, Italian authorities said. The two were freed on their own recognizance but will face charges for aggravated damage to a monument. Their names and hometowns were not released by police. Alessandra Tarantino The Associated Press
Tourists gather at Rome’s Colosseum. Two California tourists face charges for vandalizing the ancient landmark, carving their initials into an upper level of the Colosseum, Italian authorities said. The two were freed on their own recognizance but will face charges for aggravated damage to a monument. Their names and hometowns were not released by police. Alessandra Tarantino The Associated Press

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