BLACKPINK member Jennie has been reported for indoor smoking.

On the 8th, a video of Jennie smoking indoors began spreading on online communities. The video was part of a vlog uploaded to Jennie's YouTube channel on the 2nd, but the segment has since been deleted.

A netizen claimed to have reported the incident to the Korean embassy in Italy. The netizen, identified as A, stated that the location appeared to be Capri Island in Italy and wrote, "I have requested an investigation through the e-People portal to the Korean embassy in Italy. I strongly urge a thorough investigation and strict punishment for Jennie's indoor smoking incident." They also posted a screenshot confirming the completion of the complaint to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Italy has enforced an indoor smoking ban since January 2005. If caught smoking in indoor public places, a fine of up to 250 euros (approximately 370,000 KRW) per cigarette can be imposed. If smoking in front of pregnant women or children, the fine is doubled.

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1. The way she made no feedback really shows her conceit

2. It's true that it was problematic but reporting this to the embassy was obaㅋㅋ

3. What "oba"? She shouldn't have smoked indoors in the first place

4. So it's illegal to smoke indoors in Italy too huh

5. What "oba"? What is oba is that she was smoking indoorsㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ

6. Wow yesterday, netizens were saying how they didn't care overseas and I just thought "I see"... but turns out, it was illegal too

7. Italy's law is stricter than Korea's

8. We need people who report illegal acts like these for crimes to go down though

9. And someone said that Italy was ok with itㅋㅋ it was illegal afterall

10. There are so many kids making fun of the reportㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ

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