The Royal Monceau where the Messi family had been staying since arriving in Paris has been the subject of several thefts in recent weeks.
The Messi will have had to take their pain patiently. Landed at PSG in early August, the Argentinian couple took the time to find their new home in the capital. Or rather in Neuilly-sur-Seine since after having visited more than a dozen properties, Lionel Messi and his wife have set their sights on a two-storey villa of over 300 m2 located in the chic suburb of western Paris.
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If it doesn’t have the hoped-for pool and the garden is modest in size, the Messi will enjoy a spa and gym in addition to the four required bedrooms. The Argentinian’s family has another reason to celebrate this move to Neuilly. The Royal Monceau, where the Messi had been staying since their arrival in Paris, does not seem very safe.
According to the Sun, the Parisian palace has indeed been the subject of four burglaries since their arrival in Paris. What anger some customers. » Paying a fortune for a fancy, secure place and seeing someone walk into your room is very disturbing. Police told us they saw two men with a bag on the roof on CCTV cameras, but could not identify them, regretted one of the victims. They said three other thefts were also reported. A Moroccan in the next room told me that his watch had been stolen. » Relieved of a gold necklace, earrings and cash, the victim allegedly suffered damage of some 6,000 euros.
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