Lazio, Hitlerson shirt: fan identified

The Lazio sympathizer in the shirt with the Hitlerson writing and the number 88 referring to the Nazi salute is a German boy with a precedent for pitch invasion

The Police, following the investigations after the Lazio-Roma derby, identified the fan, of German nationality, who wore the shirt with the inscription “Hitlerson 88”. Digos, thanks also to the images taken by the Interregional Cabinet of Scientific Police, was able to promptly intercept it and filed detailed information in this regard with the Public Prosecutor’s Office of Rome. The man was immortalized by the images of the video cameras placed at the entrance to the Monte Mario Grandstand, which, together with the examination of the accesses recorded by the grandstand turnstiles, skimmed by virtue of the timing crystallized by the video surveillance systems, made it possible to obtain the match with the photo of a German fan combined with a ticket purchased specifically for that area of ​​the stadium. The same is burdened by a police precedent dating back to 2009, when, precisely on the occasion of the Lazio-Rome derby on April 11 of that same year, he was reported as responsible for invading the pitch.