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A parkour practitioner destroys part of a historic building in Italy, sparking widespread anger

A parkour practitioner destroys part of a historic building in Italy, sparking widespread anger

A parkour practitioner destroys part of a historic building in Italy, sparking widespread anger Reproduction/YouTube

Members of Team Fat, a parkour group based in London (England), were practicing the sport in Matera (Italy).

However, when one of the group members jumped between historic buildings, he damaged one of the buildings, causing outrage online and even among other parkour practitioners.

Devon, as the young man has been identified, was filmed jumping from one building to another before crashing into a wall, causing him and part of the wall to fall to the ground.

A parkour practitioner destroys part of a historic building in Italy, sparking widespread anger

Matera, a stone city dating back to the Paleolithic (the first period of the Stone Age), is located in the Basilicata region of southern Italy. In 1993, it was upgraded to a UNESCO World Heritage Site and became the European Capital of Culture in 2019.

The incident made many people wonder online why the Phat team was practicing parkour in historic buildings.

A parkour practitioner destroys part of a historic building in Italy and sparks anger – Photo: Reproduction/YouTube

A parkour practitioner destroys a (highlighted) part of a historic building in Italy and sparks anger – Image: Reproduction / YouTube

“I love you guys and you’re a huge inspiration to me, but I think that’s why a lot of our elders hate us. Ruining things just for fun is selfish and this little town seems so adorable. Was it really necessary?? ” ‘ asked one netizen

“I’ve been doing parkour and urban exploration for a few years. I’m sorry, but it was really stupid to try this move. It’s part of the city’s history and you ruined part of it,” one angry fan wrote. .

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