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Kate Langbroek says that she was stopped by the Italian police during the coronavirus lock

“I was pretty aggressive … I had been drinking too day”: Kate Langbroek reveals the TRUTH about being arrested by Italian police on the streets of Bologna during a coronavirus lock

Kate Langbroek and her husband Peter Lewis develop a good reputation with the police in Bologna.

Appears on The project On Thursday, the 54-year-old radio host revealed that she had been arrested by police during a recent outing to buy Easter eggs for her children.

It comes just two weeks after she revealed that her 17-year-old husband was sued by the city for breaking lockdown rules during the coronavirus pandemic.

Most in demand: Kate Langbroek and her husband, Peter Lewis, are developing a decent reputation with the Bologna police

Most in demand: Kate Langbroek and her husband, Peter Lewis, are developing a decent reputation with the Bologna police

Kate said she had stopped to take a picture of the statue of Neptune on their outing when police stopped and interrogated her husband.

“I took a picture of it and when I turned around, Peter was stopped by this police car, which had passed and turned the other way,” she said.

“And because he’s still a little shy about meeting them on the bike last time, he was very sheepish.”

Problems with the law: The 54-year-old radio host appeared on The Project on Thursday, revealing that she was stopped by police during a recent outing to buy Easter eggs for her children

Problems with the law: The 54-year-old radio host appeared on The Project on Thursday, revealing that she was stopped by police during a recent outing to buy Easter eggs for her children

Problems with the law: The 54-year-old radio host appeared on The Project on Thursday, revealing that she was stopped by police during a recent outing to buy Easter eggs for her children

As Peter retreated from the police officers, Kate said she decided to stand up to them and explain that she had four children to eat and needed help dragging her groceries home.

“I was pretty aggressive … I had been drinking for a day. Something. We went to a Zoom party, you know what happens, ”she laughed.

“So I was quite aggressive and it turned out not to be a bad strategy with the police, because I had the righteous rage of a mother who went out looking for precious eggs when eggs were hard to find.”

Helping Hand: Kate said she decided to stand up to them and explained that she had four children to eat and needed help getting her groceries home

Helping Hand: Kate said she decided to stand up to them and explained that she had four children to eat and needed help getting her groceries home

Helping Hand: Kate said she decided to stand up to them and explained that she had four children to eat and needed help getting her groceries home

Kate said she told them in no uncertain terms that she was going out before she turned her back on her and walked away.

“Then they called me back, asked for our address, which is only about 300 meters from where we were, and then they basically let me go. But Peter went sheepishly, “Oh, I’m going home,” she laughed.

Peter Helliar of the project jokingly suggested that she wait until she got back home safely to start drinking, prompting Kate to tell him that anything is okay at closing.

“I was pretty aggressive … I had been drinking for a day. Something. We went to a Zoom party, you know what happens, ”she laughed

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