Christophe Dominici accused of theft and violence: the former rugby player would have ransacked a hat store


A dirty business for the former French rugby player. According to Le Canard enchaîné, Christophe Dominici devastated a hat shop in Sanary-sur-Mer, in the Var, on July 5, before physically attacking the store’s saleswoman. According to the weekly, He would have gone to this hat shop to find a panama model.

What was supposed to be a simple purchase, quickly turned into a tragedy. Wanting “the most expensive hat” in the store, the coach then allegedly ordered the saleswoman to give it to him to come and pay later. The latter obviously refused, which did not please the former French rugby player. He would then have ransacked the shop before pushing the employee to the ground, then fled with a lace hat.

Two other traders who witnessed the altercation would then have rushed behind him to try to catch up with him. Finally, Christophe Dominici would have abandoned his loot behind him before disappearing into the wild. Without news, the assaulted seller would have made the decision to call the police. She was also prescribed five days of ITT (Temporary Total Incapacity).