It would cost you $600 to approach George and Amal's villa in Italy
Legal notices warned citizens that anyone who leaves their boat or car within 100m of their villas could face a fine
The mayor of Laglio has declared a fine of up to $600 for anyone who approaches the Clooney’s luxury villa in Lake Como, Italy, according to the UK’s Daily Mail on Sunday.
Legal notices, which have been posted around the property, also warned citizens that anyone who leaves their boat or car within 100m of his villas could face a fine.
The Hollywood star bought the luxurious property in 2002.
The power couple, who married in Venice six months ago, typically spends the European spring and summer each year there.
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