The handsome and debonair actor, George Clooney has apparently persuaded an Italian Mayor to impose privacy protection laws in an Italian town in Lake Como just for the sake of his wedding with Amal Alamuddin.
It’s obvious that George Clooney doesn’t like people snooping around in his private life. The liberal actor requested an Italian Mayor to put harsh laws into effect in his town so that Clooney may marry his fiancé without any breaches of privacy.
The mansion where Clooney will wed Amal Alamuddin has Lake Como overlooking it. But the secretive actor wants no one within a hundred meters of his mansion.
Sources confirm to Us Weekly that "the Monuments Men actor's friends at Laglio Council have just approved the laws and huge fines, designed to keep uninvited guests away from his idyllic lakeside mansion Villa Oleandra."
If an inquisitive tourist was caught swimming in the lake he would be fined 450 pounds. Clooney had picked the beautiful Lombardy region of Italy for his wedding ceremony. And he doesn’t even want anyone stopping to take a look in the direction of his mansion.
His fiancé, Amal Alamuddin is a lawyer and a very gorgeous and vivacious lady. She will probably end up being the best thing that ever happened to Clooney.
The Mayor, Roberto Pozzi had been persuaded by Clooney to implement the laws for some time till his wedding and honeymoon were over. The laws, declared on Saturday, June 21, are to remain in effect till the end of September. And they are to be operable 24/7.
This appears for all purposes to be a tall order. The mayor spoke of how in the past many fans of Clooney had bothered him in quite a number of nasty and ugly ways.
"It is now completely forbidden to stop outside the entrance to Clooney’s villa," the Mayor said, according to DailyMail. "It’s a question of traffic and security. It is very dangerous and it’s also an issue of privacy."
"We have never penalized anyone in the past. This type of action is designed to bring about a change in people’s behaviour and create a more peaceful environment. We have to guarantee privacy and security for George Clooney and his guests."
These laws, which were being set up in order to benefit a single person, are to go into action so that Clooney could enjoy some confidentiality and not be harassed by the irritating paparazzi.
The essential steps of high security are being taken so that an atmosphere of peace and quiet could be created for Clooney who is sick and tired of the constant interference in his life by people who should mind their own business.
Sometimes it seems that nosey people need to be kept from meddling in the affairs of celebrities via enacting tough laws. This is the only method left after all soft options have been exhausted.