The runner-up in the world of FIFA video games, Rubén Morales Zerecero, disguised himself as an older adult and presented false documentation to receive the Covid-19 vaccine ahead of time, for which he was arrested, authorities reported.
Mexico is in the second stage of vaccination, in which it corresponds to adults over 60 years of age to receive the vaccine against Covid-19.
Morales, 31, was caught by the FIFA campaign manager, Christian Nieva, 35, in his attempt to receive the vaccine at the facilities of the Secretary of the Navy in the mayor of Coyoacán in Mexico City.
The subjects came to the vaccination center with their hair painted to appear gray, covered with gloves and masks, in addition to presenting false identifications to pretend to be over 60 years of age, but a worker discovered them because their voices did not correspond to that of a Elderly.
Morales Zerecero, son of comedian Aida Pierce, was one of the first Mexicans to stand out in competition FIFA. In 2009 he lost the final of the Interactive World Cup before the french Bruce Grannec and in 2005 he finished third in the same tournament.
After passing through the competitions of FIFAMorales gained notoriety as a youtuber, became an actor and participated in soap operas, commercials and plays.
On EA Sports, Snows was key to consolidate FIFA as one of the best-selling video games in Mexico and the region.
The Mexico City Prosecutor’s Office reported in a statement that Morales and Nieva They were linked to proceedings for the crimes of usurpation of identity and improper use of documents.
At the hearing, the judge charged Morales and Nieva preventive detention, for which they will remain detained during their judicial process.
“Regarding two men detained in a Covid 19 vaccination center in the Coyoacán mayor’s office, since they possibly exhibited apocryphal documentation that identified them as older adult beneficiaries of the vaccine, the Attorney General’s Office of Mexico City (FGJCDMX) informs that both were linked to proceedings for their probable participation in the crimes of usurpation of identity and falsification or alteration and improper use of documents ”.