The Italian came to the vaccination with a silicone handBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/article/the-italian-came-to-the-vaccination-with-a-silicone-hand.html
The more persistently the authorities try to vaccinate citizens, the more resourcefulness they show to avoid this. After making sure that certificate forgery is not an option, anti-vaccinators invent other, more intricate tricks. In Italy, a man came to be vaccinated with an artificial silicone arm, but he was exposed by an attentive medic.
The incident occurred in the city of Bielle, near Turin. After the introduction of a hard lockdown and a ban for the unvaccinated to attend any events, anti-vaxxers reluctantly reached out to be vaccinated. But it turned out that not everyone gave up without a fight. A 50-year-old man came to the vaccination point, filled out all the papers and lifted his shirt sleeve.
But the medical worker found the visitor's shoulder strange. It was completely devoid of veins and looked like an artificial one. And so it turned out — the visitor substituted a fake part of the body. After the doctor noticed the trick, the man tried to persuade him not to report the incident anywhere and tried to pass off the deception as a joke.
But the number did not pass, and the medic told the antivaxer that he would report the violation to the police. After that, the patient ran away with his anti-vaccination equipment, for which he paid about 500 euros. It is already known for sure that he will not get away with the trick — the police did come and the case was given an official move. Thanks to the fixation of the event on the mandatory cameras in the vaccination centers, law enforcement officers examined the offense in all the details. The case of the silicone hand will be considered by the court and the cunning man will receive a large fine.
It is worth adding that the man from Bielle was not the inventor of the silicone hand trick. There have been jokes about such forgeries on the web for a long time. The newspaper La Repubblica recently published a selection of jokes about vaccination and there was a similar know-how. One Twitter user posted a photo of a rubber lining on his torso and signed it: "If I come like this, will they notice?".
Maybe the Italians should learn from the experience of the Austrians' neighbors? Those, in order to attract citizens for vaccination, are vaccinated even in brothels.