Apart from the request for imprisonment, the public prosecutor’s office claims the prohibition of the accused from approaching the victim, along with six more years of probation and 10,000 euros of compensation for these events. The trial was due to take place next week, but it is likely to be postponed due to the coronavirus crisis. Sources of the club, which appears in the accusation as subsidiary civilian responsible, made it very clear to The newspaper what the accused, when the facts became known, was dismissed.The truth is that the club employee was a person of some renown in Barcelona’s medical services: He spent more than three decades working in different professional sections, even exercising for seven years in the first soccer team. Hence, the seriousness of the crime and the accusations were surprising in their day within the Catalan entity, which dispensed with the services of its employee, also seeking the maximum discretion of all parties. The Newspaper of Catalonia unveiled in today’s edition some very serious events that occurred in December 2016 at the Camp Nou and that the protagonist was a physical therapist who at that time worked in Barcelona. As revealed by the Catalan newspaper, said club employee, Jaume J.LL., He allegedly “libidinously and without any curative purpose” attended a club employee, who required her services for a neck contracture. The prosecution, which asks for seven years in prison for the accused, highlights that the physiotherapist, diverted his massages from the cervical area to the hip, to go “little by little” to the woman’s genitals. Subsequently, the professional, “maintaining his lubricious spirit, he felt her breasts and took her nipples”, as stated in the prosecutor’s brief. The woman left the consultation “extremely affected” for the lived episode, concludes the prosecution, which clearly remarks that these events are constitutive of sexual abuse crime.
Qantas triples size of LA lounges with major upgradeManaging airline Qantas together with joint owners and oneworld partners Cathay Pacific and British Airways have unveiled the final stage of the Los Angeles Business Lounge refurbishment, with the opening of additional space and more dining options.It follows the opening of stage one of the development in June 2014 and the opening of the adjacent Qantas First Lounge, designed by Marc Newson in December 2014.Vanessa Hudson, Qantas Regional General Manager, The Americas said Qantas was excited to reveal the full benefits of its multi-million dollar lounge refurbishment to customers travelling through Los Angeles.“The completion of this project represents our significant investment in the US market. We have tripled the space available across both lounges, added more seating and installed a state-of-the-art kitchen. The new kitchen enables us to offer a bigger menu and a greater variety of dining options,” said Ms Hudson.“Customers tell us that being able to enjoy a relaxing and welcoming space with high quality dining options prior to flying is top of their wish list when it comes to creating the ideal lounge experience.“Together with Los Angeles International Airport’s renovations, Qantas now offers truly world class facilities for international travelers and our lounges in the US are second to none,” added Ms Hudson.Qantas, Cathay Pacific and British Airways customers will now be able to enjoy the full offering in the Los Angeles Business Lounge with additional features including:Service experience by SofitelA communal fireplace and central glass atriumA cocktail bar offering signature cocktails and barista coffeeA Californian food cart offering tacos and specialty hot dogsIncrease from one to two buffets featuring a new make-your-own juice bar, hot dishes, fresh and healthy salads, snacks and dessertsMenus by Qantas Chef Neil Perry with a focus on fresh, seasonal produceA dedicated dining area featuring a large communal dining table equipped with USB and power outletsTriple the floor space, from 11,000 square-feet to 42,000 square-feet across the First and Business LoungeAn additional 200 seats, bringing the total capacity of the Business Lounge to 600 seats (a combined total of 800 seats including the Qantas First Lounge)An additional seven shower suites taking the total to 16, all featuring Aurora Spa ASPAR amenitiesSix work stations equipped with Apple iMacsDedicated Family Zone with children’s furniture, toys and games.To celebrate the completion of Qantas’ lounge facilities at LAX, Qantas hosted a pop-up acoustic performance by Sydney-born, Los Angeles-based musician Ben Lee for its Business Lounge customers.Customers eligible to access the Los Angeles Business Lounge include:Qantas, Cathay Pacific and British Airways customers travelling in BusinessGold Qantas Frequent Flyers, Marco Polo Club Gold and Executive Club Silver members;oneworld Sapphire customersQantas Club membersSource = Qantas