News

Belgian arrested, because he archaeological site damaged

In Chile on Friday three people, including one Belgian, were arrested because they damage would have been done to the Atacama giant, a geoglief in the atacama desert.

In Chile on Friday three people, including one Belgian, were arrested because they damage would have been done to the Atacama giant, a geoglief in the atacama desert.

The three were on Friday arrested at the international airport Arturo Merino Benitez of Santiago. They would be the Atacama giant, a geoglief or drawing in the earth, damaged. The three were questioned and locked up.

The investigation began after a witness had noticed that people in the drawing may be damaged. The three perpetrators would have been identified by bewakingsbeelden.

According to attorney Raul Arancibia risk offenders to a term of imprisonment of 541 days to 5 years and a fine.

The Atacama giant is about 115 meters high and is the largest prehistoric man-like figure in the world. The character is a depiction of a deity of the people who are here from 1000 to 1400 after Christ lived.

The figure represents an early astronomical calendar, to determine when the moon is at a certain place on would come.

Leave a Comment