Vittorio Sgarbi falls asleep at his friend's funeral
While Giorgio Napolitano's speech was being given, the politician and art critic Vittorio Sgarbi took a nap.
He was sitting on one of the benches, representing the Ministry of Culture.
Cardinal Ravasi was giving the speech, referring to quotes from Thomas Mann and Mozart.
Of course, Sgarbi didn't hear anything. At the end you woke up to the applause and joined them in respect.