A Bolivian family that had come to our country to attend the concert of the English group Coldplay in what had to be a memorable experience ended in tragedy.
One of its members, Katherina Del Águila (30) lost her life after falling from the sixth floor balcony of a building where she and her family had stayed while they were in our country.
According to other residents of the building located in the district of Miraflores, the family was sharing in the apartment after returning from the concert and it would not have been until 6 in the morning that the fateful event would take place.
The criminalistics experts arrived at the department and carried out the corresponding skills; According to the investigation carried out, there were no signs of violence at the scene and everything indicates that it was an accident.
The body of the young publicist was transferred to the central morgue of Lima.
Cases of fraud were lived outside the National Stadium | TikTok/@madech2
Hours before the fateful event, hundreds of young fans of the British band who had paid large sums of money to fulfill their dream of attending the long-awaited concert, reported having been scammed by resellers who apparently had sold them fake tickets for the concert. presentation of the last Tuesday, September 13.
“They sell you tickets and at the time of entering it does not allow because someone has already entered with the QR. They sell the same ticket to several. There were many who were scammed. There’s no way to tell until you’re about to enter.”
At another time, another user of the TikTok application regretted that resellers have tripled the price of tickets and mentioned that many people did not agree to pay such figures.
“People sold you tickets for more than a thousand soles; there were people who couldn’t attend the concert and they were offering their tickets and they hoarded them, bought them and resold them at triple the price, I saw closely how they made the transactions, I’m really angry that I was left out of the concert, “denounced one of the fans of the composers of “Clocks”.
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