June 24, 2020 "Allah Akbar". This is the sentence pronounced in the offices of the Fiumicino police station by the 29-year-old Egyptian arrested by the police yesterday afternoon after the man had attacked and threatened the employees of the Municipality with a chain and then left for via Torre Clementina. At the time of his arrest, the 29-year-old shouted: "I set the whole town on fire if I don't have the documents, I'll kill you if you don't take me to length ...". In the circumstance, according to what is learned, the young man would have also incited the medium-sized dog against the agents, who bit the arm of one of the agents. But it is after being accompanied to the police station that the Egyptian gave even more in shouting three times: "Allah Akbar". The foreigner, with various police records, was arrested for threats and resistance to a public official and an illegal port of arms and instruments capable of offending. The dog, on the other hand, was entrusted to staff of the sanitary kennel of the municipality of Rome. Finally seized the dagger that the man had with him.