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ABTWILL /Switzerland/, July 10. /TASS/. Players from San Marino’s La Fiorita FC allegedly tried to steal sports uniforms of Russia’s Spartak Moscow FC footballers at a hotel in Switzerland, where the clubs arrived for training sessions before upcoming national seasons, a Swiss hotel’s spokesman told TASS on Friday.
A spokesman for Santis Park hotel, where the both clubs are staying, told TASS that several La Fiorita players sneaked into hotel’s in-house laundry at night time and tried to steal several uniforms of Spartak Moscow FC.
Hotel security saw the incident on surveillance cameras and timely prevented the attempted crime.
Spartak Moscow FC representatives said they were outraged with the incident, but decided against filing a complaint with the police.