It’s Now Illegal To Go Too Close To George And Amal Clooney’s Lake Como House

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  • There will be a €500 for anyone who approaches George Clooney's luxury villa by Lake Como in Italy

    If you were thinking of popping round to see George and Amal Clooney next time you’re near Lake Como, think again. The major of Laglio in Italy has declared it illegal for anyone to approach his homes on the shore of Lake Como with a penalty of up to a €500 (£370) fine for anyone who does so.

    What’s too close then? Well, basically anyone who leaves their car or boat within 100 metres the Clooneys’ villas will be liable to pay the fine.

    George Clooney’s Lake Como villa

    Since George bought the luxury home, fans and paparazzi have flocked to the small Italian town hoping for a glimpse of the actor, with some autograph hunters even being so bold as to ring the doorbell. The cheek of it.

    Things got so bad at one point that the star even bought the house next door to prevent prying eyes.

    So, there you have it, both Villa Oleandra and Villa Margherita are off limits. Got it?

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