Italians who can't pay their utility bills are getting help from an unlikely source: Super Mario.
Wearing Mario masks and blue overalls, a group of vigilante plumbers from Rome have been turning the water back on in homes after utility companies turn it off.
They are fighting for underemployed citizens' "right to water" and investigate each case before deciding to take action, according to Vocativ.
About 25 percent of homes are late on payments, and they reportedly get about 200 requests a day.
The great Michelangelo was an Italian sculptor, achitect, poet, and painter. And like anybody else, the man had to eat. But when he needed one of his servants to run to the market for a few things, he didn't just write them down like the rest of use. As you can see, the great artist made sure to be clear which items he wanted to be purchased.
All of Michelangelo's works, including this grocery list, are stored at Casa Buonarroti in Florance, Italy.