‘Italy is not that kind of place’: Kanye West and his scantily clad ‘wife’ Bianca Censori are warned to ‘behave’ by Florence authorities after their scandalous escapade sparked outrage in the city
- Kayne and Bianca visited Milan, Venice and Florence during their vacation
Italian authorities have warned controversial couple Kayne West and Bianca Censori to “behave” after their latest high-profile escapade.
Rapper Kayne, 46, and architect Bianca, 28, enjoyed a long holiday in the countryside and were photographed in Milan, Venice and Florence.
And each time they stepped down, the couple sparked controversy, including possible indecency and violating terrorism laws.
Last week in Florence, Kayne was spotted directing a photoshoot in which Australian-born Bianca paraded down the city’s main shopping street in a “naked” outfit that left little to the imagination .
Officials at the city’s tourism office warned the couple to respect public decency laws and highlighted the city’s slogan “Enjoy and Respect Florence.”
Last week in Florence, Kayne was spotted directing a photoshoot in which Australian-born Bianca paraded down the city’s main shopping street in a “naked” outfit that left little room for imagination (photo).
Officials at the city’s tourism office warned the couple to respect public decency laws and highlighted the city’s slogan “Enjoy and Respect Florence” (photo by Bianca)
“Florence is not a beach resort – your clothing (and behavior) must be decent” and failure to do so is punishable by a fine of 500 euros.
Andrea Giordani, senior tourist instructor at the Florence Tourism and Promotion Office, where the couple was seen over the weekend, said: “I would like to remind Kanye and his wife that they have in fact violated Florence’s code of pleasure and respect. their behavior goes beyond this, and notably in the case of Venice where they were seen on the boat allegedly engaging in sexual activities – Italy does not isn’t that kind of place.
“We remind them of the Enjoy and Respect Florence code – it reminds vacationers to remember bad behavior but also what “good practices” are to experience the city correctly and better organize their stay.
“Only in this way will it be possible to guarantee civil coexistence and the protection of the rights of each of us, while respecting the environment, the artistic heritage and the identity of Florence, a city that was the cradle of the Renaissance and which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.’
The code lists a series of prohibitions stipulating that it is forbidden to sit in streets, cemeteries, on the steps of stairs, monuments and churches, to avoid “exaggerated games” and jokes and to cause danger or fear in public places.
Police investigating boat incident after West exposed his butt while on a boat with Bianca seen kneeling in front of him
Graffiti, littering and noisy behavior are also prohibited, as is indecent dress throughout the city and particularly in places of worship.
Police are investigating the boat incident after West exposed his buttocks while on a boat with Bianca seen kneeling in front of him.
In other images, the American rapper was seen sitting in the back of a water taxi while Bianca nestled her head in his lap.
Earlier this week, MailOnline exclusively revealed how Kanye, who officially changed his name to Ye, was also potentially breaking Italy’s terrorism laws by appearing in public with his face covered.
Wearing clothing that “makes a person difficult to identify” is punishable by a fine of up to €2,000 and police can arrest anyone dressed in this way.
On Italian social media, many commented on the way Kanye is dressed, with many pointing out: “Isn’t it a crime to walk around dressed like that?”