James Bond shoot paralyses Rome's Trastevere district

(AGI) Rome, Feb 23 - After initial excitement, the people ofRome are complaining as one against the inconvenience caused bythe shooting of the new James Bond film in the city, with theirate citizenry chorusing: "Reopen the streets". Not even HerMajesty's secret agent can appease the people, whose patienceis already sorely tested by the daily battle againstinefficiency, potholes and work on the new metro line. "Twentyminutes stuck in traffic because some genius decided to closethe city on Monday morning, all because of James Bond?" someonewrote on Twitter. The public who were able

(AGI) Rome, Feb 23 - After initial excitement, the people ofRome are complaining as one against the inconvenience caused bythe shooting of the new James Bond film in the city, with theirate citizenry chorusing: "Reopen the streets". Not even HerMajesty's secret agent can appease the people, whose patienceis already sorely tested by the daily battle againstinefficiency, potholes and work on the new metro line. "Twentyminutes stuck in traffic because some genius decided to closethe city on Monday morning, all because of James Bond?" someonewrote on Twitter. The public who were able to "bear" thedifficulties caused by closed roads, unusable car parks,pedestrian traffic and hold-ups over the weekend just could nottolerate the paralysis on Monday morning. "Stuck in crazytraffic and no way out ... Marino I want to see you knockedover by James Bond's car" someone wrote, while anothersuggested: "It would be handy to have Mr Bond's Aston Martinwith rocket launchers to navigate traffic in the capital."After the first few days the set of "Spectre" has just becomeanother part of the chaos of the Eternal City. One Twitter usercommented: "Besides Bond there are now horses along the Tiber,"while another citizen complained: "Who made tree pruning,filming and asphalting coincide on the same part of the Tiberriverfront?" . .