Visiting Buenos Aires oriana sabatini He had the pleasure of walking through all the programs, impressing with his platinum eyebrows look and telling details of his life in Italy with paulo dybalaas it did these days in THE M.
But on his way through Cut by Lozanothe artist was sent to the front by her parents, who “reported” her by recalling an unusual episode that happened to her with a police car. Dybala that the athlete had given him and that ended up almost destroyed.
All started when Catherine Fulop Y osvaldo sabatinito illustrate how tremendously distracted their eldest daughter is, they made it clear in the cycle that Vero Lozano drives that Oriana can be a danger with a new vehicle in charge in an unknown place.
“Once he asked me: ‘Dad, does something happen if I put diesel in the car instead of gasoline?'” Osvaldo started, and Cathy added: “And whose car was it? Paulo’s!” “What if something happens? You break everything! Why?”followed the Ova. “Because I just did that”the young woman told him.
Already in the study, the sister of Titian gave more context to the matter with his “right of reply”: “I was in Italy and my boyfriend had given me that car, although I still didn’t feel it was mine, because I’ve also been with a Fitito since I was 17 years old, which is packed and I love it. I prefer that and I’m a jewel, but this was a better car.
“I had never loaded gasoline in another country, except in the United States, but in Italy I did not do it. There was no other person, I was alone, and on top of that when I told Paulo, he told me that he did not understand how I did it, because the tube of the diesel did not enter the hole”advanced.
What did he do then? “I sent a message to my boyfriend telling him that I had loaded gas for the first time. Stupid, obviously.”acknowledged Ori, who had to get out of the situation alone without knowing a word of the language.
“I called the tow truck and I had to do it in Italian, because at that time I wasn’t hunting one. There was torrential rain and I wanted them to take me to the garage, I was thinking about what the fix could do for me. On top of that, I asked many people and they told me that the car had been destroyed”continued his story.
And what finally happened to the vehicle? “The car is now fine and the damage was very small”assured the niece of Gabriela, laughing, on Lozano’s couch. And she finished off, resigned: “It could happen to anyone”.