Fake Gladiators Arrested

More than 20 gladiators have been arrested outside one of Rome’s most famous tourist sites in an undercover sting by police. The fake gladiators – complete with replica swords – had been operating outside the iconic Roman arena for more than 20 years. But the fraudulent centurions were finally caught by undercover cops – also disguised as gladiators and street cleaners – after swindling unsuspecting tourists out of large sums of money in return for a photograph.

More than 20 gladiators have been arrested outside one of Rome's most famous tourist sites in an undercover sting by police. The fake gladiators - complete with replica swords - had been operating outside the iconic Roman arena for more than 20 years. But the fraudulent centurions were finally caught by undercover cops - also disguised as gladiators and street cleaners - after swindling unsuspecting tourists out of large sums of money in return for a photograph.

More than 20 gladiators have been arrested outside one of Rome's most famous tourist sites in an undercover sting by police. The fake gladiators - complete with replica swords - had been operating outside the iconic Roman arena for more than 20 years. But the fraudulent centurions were finally caught by undercover cops - also disguised as gladiators and street cleaners - after swindling unsuspecting tourists out of large sums of money in return for a photograph.

More than 20 gladiators have been arrested outside one of Rome's most famous tourist sites in an undercover sting by police. The fake gladiators - complete with replica swords - had been operating outside the iconic Roman arena for more than 20 years. But the fraudulent centurions were finally caught by undercover cops - also disguised as gladiators and street cleaners - after swindling unsuspecting tourists out of large sums of money in return for a photograph.

More than 20 gladiators have been arrested outside one of Rome's most famous tourist sites in an undercover sting by police. The fake gladiators - complete with replica swords - had been operating outside the iconic Roman arena for more than 20 years. But the fraudulent centurions were finally caught by undercover cops - also disguised as gladiators and street cleaners - after swindling unsuspecting tourists out of large sums of money in return for a photograph.