Listen up .....any person that is your house over 20 ...its time to go espcially boys ...freeloading fucks ....its a fact jack ...the real world makes a man of you ....your mother will not ...she will have you stay for ever ......women are the worst enablers of their sons ....fucking ridiculous ......its a fat child with money ......little bustards ......
An Italian mother successfully took her adult sons to court to evict them from her home.
The men, aged 40 and 42, didn't contribute to household expenses or help with chores, per reports.
A judge gave them until December 18 to vacate their family home.
An Italian woman who was tired of her freeloading adult sons living in her home won a legal battle to evict them, according to the Italian news agency ANSA.
The 75-year-old mother, whose name has not been publicly released, made several unsuccessful attempts to persuade her sons, also unnamed, to move out of her home in Pavia in northern Italy, the news agency reported.
Despite having jobs, the men —aged 40 and 42 — refused to find alternative accommodation of their own, ANSA said.
They also refused to contribute to household expenses despite having their own incomes and failed to help out with household chores, per ANSA.
Unable to get them out through persuasion, the mother decided to take them to court.
According to the Italian newspaper La Provincia Pavese, she was successful. Pavia Judge Simona Caterbi ruled that the two sons would need to vacate their mother's home by December 18.
The judge acknowledged in the ruling that the argument for the sons staying in the property could have once been deemed "well-founded," considering a parent's obligations to their children, the newspaper reported.
However, Caterbi said it "no longer appears justifiable" given that both men are now over 40, per ANSA.
According to a 2023 study by Statista, around 70% of Italians aged between 18 and 34 live in their parents' homes, with a slightly higher percentage among men.
This phenomenon may be attributed to Italy's high youth unemployment rate, making it harder for many young Italians to reach financial independence at an early age.
The Guardian noted that Italy even has a term for adults who are unwilling or unable to leave the family home — "bamboccioni," which roughly translates as "big babies."
The Pavia courthouse did not immediately respond to Insider's requests for comment. Italy's Ministry of Justice declined to comment, citing the independence of the Italian court system.