The motor racing star was a mug victim after England’s Shoppe’s defeat to Italy over the weekend.
During the chaotic scenes at Wembley for the Euro 2020 final, British F1 driver Lendo Norris was hugged and stared at as he watched the clock.
Norris was among the sports personalities and celebrities to attend Sunday’s showpiece contest between England and Italy.
Large groups of supporters without tickets also tried to gain entry, and the motor racing star was devastated after the last whistle.
Norris reportedly stole a میک 40,000 watch in his McLaren sports car just outside Wembley.
The British motor racing team has now revealed that the police investigation is ongoing and, although their driver was not harmed in any way, he is still in shock after the incident.
“McLaren Racing can confirm that after the Euro 2020 final match at Wembley, Lendo Norris was involved in an incident during which the watch he was wearing was taken.” Official statement Reads
“Thankfully, Lindo was not harmed, but he is understandably shaken. The team is supporting Lindo and we are confident that the racing fans will join us in wishing the British Grand Prix this weekend. Will
“Since this is a police matter now, we can’t comment further.”
Chaos reigns in Weimley
The Metropolitan Police arrested 83 people during and after the European Championship final, and reported that 53 of them had arrived at the Wubble Stadium.
Officers were forced to deal with numerous public order crimes, actual bodily harm, intoxication and disorderly conduct, and criminal damages as gamers clashed with Game Day staff after breaking security cordons before the cut-off. پڑ گ ۔۔
Deputy Assistant Commissioner Lawrence Taylor said of the ugly scenes: “During the Euro tournament, a large number of people watched the matches responsibly and safely and enjoyed the game until last night’s final.
“However, the unacceptable scenes we saw yesterday were very few people who were willing to use football as an excuse to treat other members and officials of the public horribly.”
Who won the final?
Leonardo Bonchi equalized in the middle of the second half to help Levardo Bonchi get off the field before a forced home run.
The match went into extra time, but neither side found a winner in the 30-minute extra time, which required a penalty to decide the destination of the major international trophy.
Italy took a 3-2 lead in the exchange of fire thanks to the successful efforts of Dominico Berardi, Bonucci and Federico Bernardesi. .