Jealous girlfriend told police her boyfriend was carrying a bomb to stop him from going to football match | The Sun
A JEALOUS girlfriend reportedly came up with a dangerous way of preventing her boyfriend from going to a football match.
That’s by allegedly telling police her partner was carrying a bomb.
French newspaper La Depeche, via L’Independant, claims the football fan went by bus to watch his beloved Marseille play Troyes on Sunday.
But his girlfriend was not happy at being left at home by herself.
And the 23-year-old reportedly phoned the police to claim her boyfriend was carrying a bomb.
It’s claimed she told response handlers: “My friend is on the bus with a bomb.
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“He wants to blow up everything in Marseille.”
Police traced the phone call to Colomiers, near Toulouse.
And cops dashed to the woman’s house before she admitted her lie.
The girlfriend allegedly told a duty investigator: “He wanted to go and support Marseille, I wanted him to stay with me.”
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Luckily for the boyfriend, he made it to the match and watched his side beat Troyes 3-1.
However, he was summoned to the nearest police station to explain what he had been up to.
The report added: “Invited to explain himself, this 29-year-old supporter appeared at the police station on Monday to swear that he had no bombs or explosives.”
Meanwhile, his girlfriend has been summoned by the courts in Toulouse for a hearing at the start of May.
The alleged incident came a week after six people were killed in Marseille after a block of flats collapsed following an "explosion."
Another five were injured, while others were left trapped under rubble.
More than 32 buildings were affected, with 163 residents evacuated.
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