Italy's 'big babies': court orders father to pay for upkeep of 28-year-old son
. . . in Italy. What a bunch of wankers.
"The son completed a degree in literature, taking several years longer than expected to finish the course, and has now enrolled on a post-graduate course in experimental cinema in Bologna."
Thus, ensuring the lack of any potential for work for at least another decade. Experimental cinema?
You can see the end of the Italy from here.
"The Modena case is just one of 8,000 similar disputes that end up in court each year, with adult children demanding an allowance from their parents."
This answers the questions of why Italy has one of the lowest birth rates in the world. The children never leave the parasite phase.
"Around 65 per cent of Italians aged 18 to 34 still live with their parents, the highest percentage of young stay-at-homes anywhere in Europe, according to Istat, the national statistics agency."
Who in their right mind would have a child in this environment?
What sane woman would marry one of these buffoons?