Actor George Clooney’s twin villas on Lake Como, Italy, were declared off-limits to sightseers and the paparazzi last June and now, venturing into the no-go zone also carries a penalty.
Park a car or boat within 100 metres and you may find yourself having to pay a fine of upto $600, according to reports on international sites.
Roberto Pozzi, mayor of Laglio, has issued the ordinance to guard the privacy of the town’s most famous residents.
George and Amal Clooney are in New York right now. The actor is filming Money Monster with Julia Roberts in Long Island and his lawyer wife is teaching at Columbia Law School. They were recently spotted having dinner at a Manhattan eatery.
Mr Clooney, 53, will reportedly spend the summer at Lake Como after wrapping Money Monster.
The Ocean’s Eleven star owns two lakeside villas – Villa Oleandra which he bought in 2002, and the adjoining Villa Margherita, which was bought later.
George and Amal Clooney married last year in Venice.