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Lockdown breach: Ronaldo, Rodriguez ‘face police probe’

Cute: Cristiano Ronaldo, 34, and girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez, 26, put on a loved-up display as they enjoyed a hike in the sunshine in Madeira on Saturday

Italian Police authorities have commenced a probe into how Juventus striker, Cristiano Ronaldo, and girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez broke the lockdown rules to enjoy a romantic blues.

Police are looking into concerns that the couple broke Italian lockdown restrictions for a night away in the Alps.

Authorities have placed a ban on travelling between regions with the Juventus star and his partner leaving Turin for a stay in Valle d’Aosta.

On Tuesday evening, Rodriguez celebrated her 27th birthday with Ronaldo in the five-star Le Massif hotel.

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The couple reportedly had dinner together and spent the night before a snowmobile ride around the Alpine sights of Val Veny.

Their trip was documented on social media with snaps of the wintery retreat posted to their millions of fans.

According to La Stampa, police visited the hotel on Thursday and found it shut.

Several businesses in the holiday destination have decided to close due to the lack of visitors during the coronavirus pandemic.

It is said that Italian authorities will not be able to punish Ronaldo or Rodrigue with the 400 euro fine for unauthorised movement.

Fines must be handed out on the spot, at the moment of the breach after police questioning on why they were in the area.

The star forward could also claim to have travelled legally, with a number of necessary activities allowed by law.

Furthermore, the hotel is legally not allowed to demand the reasons behind Ronaldo’s stay.

The 35-year-old is expected to be back in action for Juventus on Saturday, when the Old Lady face Sampdoria.

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