Wanted by arrest warrant for human trafficking – Influencer Andrew Tate betrayed by Romanian pizza
First the Greta low blow, then arrest because of Greta
First climate icon Greta Thunberg humiliates him, then he accidentally reveals his whereabouts because of Greta. Protz influencer Andrew Tate, who was written out by arrest warrant, is now behind bars. Betrayed him… a Romanian pizza.
Today Protz influencer Andrew Tate is likely to curse this photo with which he tried to provoke climate icon Greta Thunberg on Twitter.
Daniel KestenholzEditor night duty
Climate icon Greta Thunberg (19) has just given the influencer macho Andrew Tate (36) a verbal smack below the belt. The teenager epicly countered a provocation by the muscle man. Tate had wanted to tease the petite Swede with his fleet of gas-guzzling sports carts. Instead, he was speechless. Apparently, that was just a foretaste of the trouble Tate is now in the throes of. Tate was arrested. The handcuffs apparently clicked because of the Greta provocation.
Tate was arrested by Romanian police on Thursday along with his brother Tristan, 34, in connection with the kidnapping of two girls. An arrest warrant had been issued for a long time. Romanian authorities did not know Tate’s whereabouts. Until he revealed it himself: In response to the Greta shame, Tate released a two-minute anger video – with a pizza box in the foreground that betrayed him.
In the video, Tate boasted about other not-so-climate-friendly actions. Smoking a cigar, he “released greenhouse gases” while having a pizza delivered to him in a red coat. And it was apparently precisely this pizza that Tate now put behind bars. The name of the pizza is written in large letters on the box: Jerry’s Pizza, a Romanian pizza chain. Tate revealed he was in the country. Shortly thereafter, the police knocked on the door.
“It gets even crazier”
Romanian authorities needed proof that Tate was in the country, according to civil rights attorney and Harvard lecturer Alejandra Caraballo, 32. Hence, they followed his posts on social media. “Greta Thunberg didn’t just destroy Andrew Tate with her tweet,” Caraballo said. “She also made him so angry that he accidentally revealed his presence in Romania to the Romanian authorities with his lame comeback video.”
By the way, notes Caraballo: “It gets even crazier. The Council of Europe last year urged Romania to effectively prosecute human trafficking.” The name of the EU expert group? Group of Experts on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings. In short: GRETA.
By the way, Greta’s legendary tweet is now one of the 25 most popular tweets of all time with 2.9 million likes. He could crack the top ten by the weekend.
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