the driver of TN Dominique Metzger suffered a robbery in full journalistic work, while covering a note in the previous World Cup Qatar 2022.
The journalist said that they stole her wallet in which she had her credit cards, money, and documents. Due to this, she had to go to settle the complaint to the Police station in Doha.
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“Qatari experience: My wallet was just stolen when we were doing the live start. This is the police and they sent me here to file a complaint because they assure that everything is under surveillance”, Dominique commented in one of her Instagram stories, after having suffered the theft.
Metzger remarked that the officers told him they were going to find what he was missing, since he had documents inside his wallet. “That’s what worries me the most. The other doesn’t matter to me. We’ll see what happens. What one did not expect to live, lives it ”, she assured.
Once she arrived at the police station, the journalist continued with her story inside the police station. She there she had to pass to a women-only sectorsince it is separated from that of men.
How is the coverage of TN for the World Cup Qatar 2022
During 40 days, 20 envoys from TN (including chroniclers, cameramen and technicians) tour the city of Doha to show live all the details of an unprecedented World Cup. Dominique Metzger is one of the journalists that integrates that staff.
TN has a studio set up in the press center (IBC) with state-of-the-art technological elements to analyze the matches and closely follow the development of the Argentine National Team during the competition.
Through 24-hour live coverage, with mobile phones in various parts of Qatar, TN tour the cities of the host country to show How do you experience the first World Cup in the Middle East?
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The journalistic presence will be distributed in the different Qatari cities with the purpose of knowing how its inhabitants live and what are the customs and traditions most important in the Arab country.