In Como, Italy, a 48-year-old man had an argument with his wife and then went for a walk to cool off. And he just kept walking, and walking and walking. He was found a week later, 290 miles from his home. Police in Gimarra, on the Adriatic coast, were patrolling the streets to ensure that people were complying with the nationwide curfew when they noticed a lone man walking at 2:00 a.m. They ended up taking him to the local police station, where they identified him and discovered he had been reported missing by his wife. It was at this point that the man told them the story of his epic walk. He said, "I walked all the way. I didn't use any means of transportation. All these days I survived on food and drink offered to me by kind people along the way. I'm fine, I'm just a little tired." After hearing his unusual explanation, the police decided to let him go, but not before notifying his wife and fining him $490 for breaking curfew. They even got him a room at a local hotel, where he spent the night until his wife arrived to pick him up.