F1 driver Leclerc lost his watch for seven million, he was robbed on the street

Leclerc was walking with his fitness trainer in a Tuscan town when he was surrounded by fans to take a picture with them and sign for them. In a poorly lit street, the thieves managed to collect the Monaco pilot of the Ferrari stable from Richard Mille for more than seven million crowns.

“Via Salvatori has been completely dark for months. We’ve been pointing this out all this time. We were robbed there last night. Do you think you’ll do something about that lighting sooner or later? I’m asking for a friend,” Leclerc’s coach Andrea Ferrari wrote on the social network. The F1 leader awaits the Emilie-Romagny Grand Prix in Imola this weekend.

Khan was robbed in London’s Leyton district as he walked down the street with his wife. “I was crossing the street, fortunately Faryal was walking behind me. Two men ran up to me, one of me wanted a watch and he aimed his gun in my face. The main thing is that we are fine,” wrote the silver Olympic medalist from Athens and later champion. in a light welter vase.


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