REPORT: Mayor of Rome condemns ‘shameful’ Greta Thunberg effigy hung from bridge [PICTURE]
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The mayor of Rome has condemned a “shameful” effigy of climate activist Greta Thunberg discovered hanging off a bridge near the city’s airport on Monday.
Mayor Virginia Raggi voiced her solidarity with Thunberg and her family in a tweet.
The article goes on to state the following:
“Our climate commitment does not stop,” the tweet read, according to a translation from the tabloid The Sun.
According to WSET, the dummy had pigtails and a sign that said: “Greta Is Your God!”
Vergognoso il manichino di @GretaThunberg ritrovato appeso a un ponte nella nostra città. A lei e alla sua famiglia la mia solidarietà e quella di tutta @Roma. Il nostro impegno sul clima non si ferma. pic.twitter.com/YXMXMJDA3D
— Virginia Raggi (@virginiaraggi) October 7, 2019
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