The actor Eduardo Casanova has insulted the mayor of Madrid, José Luis Martínez-Almeida, live on a television program.
Specifically, Casanova has referred to the Madrid councilor as “carapolla”. She has done it during a contest that is based on guessing words with related clues.
As can be seen in the video that accompanies these lines, broadcast on social networks, a contestant said “Almeida” and her teammates, including Eduardo Casanova, had to guess that the word was “mayor”. The actor answered during the game: “Carapolla.”
One can also talk about the lack of respect of the director who used the term “carapolla” referring to the mayor of Madrid.
By the way, the progressive….. quiet. pic.twitter.com/xzUYamhffa
— Angel (@ angel03887288) January 30, 2023
This took place a few days ago in the program 25 wordsbroadcast by Telecinco, which consists of two teams facing each other in several games to guess words through clues.
Precisely, this actor has received this weekend the fierce prize Outburst of Fiction for his film La Piedad. He was awarded at a gala in which Pedro Almodóvar charged against Isabel Díaz Ayuso defending Madrid’s public health.
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