Everybody needs to take the ideal selfie—yet not every person gets into a physical altercation in their mission for that faultless self-representation. Punches were tossed evidently not long ago when two travelers jarred for the best selfie spot at the Trevi Fountain in Rome, the celebrated internationally late Baroque landmark finished in 1762 that draws a great many guests yearly. Italian press reports say that a spat between a 19-year-old Dutch lady and a 44-year-old US lady swelled into a mass fight after both started contending over the prime position close to the Roman historic point. “The two began to shake and slap and punch, sponsored up by their relatives who promptly joined the battle,” as per La Repubblica. Police suppressed the contention—however the fracas exploded again and more officers must be drafted in to check the selfie-fuelled unsettling influence.
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