Malvivors forced a lock and robbed the Boxing School that works in the headquarters of Club Peñarol de Paraná. “They stole 20 pairs of new gloves,
Malvivors forced a lock and robbed the Boxing School that works in the headquarters of Club Peñarol de Paraná. “They stole 20 pairs of new gloves, six or seven pairs of gloves, headgear, shells, mittens and some trophies; the only thing they left behind were the bags because they were hung and tied with a chain,” boxing teacher Carlos González told Elonce.
“They hurt the boys who practice this sport every day,” lamented the instructor and, after filing the complaint at the sixth police station, he expressed hope to recover what was stolen.
González commented that those responsible for the boxing gyms promised him collaboration “so that he does not have to close the school” and the boys can continue their training on Monday afternoon. It is that an exhibition is scheduled for August 20 at the headquarters of the tricolor and “the girls from Peñarol who are ready to debut will do so on September 9” in the boxing evening that will be held at the facilities of the Club Atlético Estudiantes.
Brandon, 11, prepares for the boxing exhibition.-
“A pair of gloves is worth three thousand pesos and the pairs that were taken were new,” said the professor, emphasizing “the anger and impotence” that the robbery generates. “We do not harm anyone,” he argued.
González trains more than 50 students, among whom are “boys with different abilities, with maturational delay, girls from the Copnaf Little Women home.” “For most, not even the fee charges them; He helps them, not only does he teach them boxing, but he also gives them fruit, accompanies them and does a very nice job with them. Everything has a social purpose and it is a pity that they have done this”, stressed the coach, Cesar Jaime.