In this article I will be talking about the reason why airplanes can't fly over Lionel Messi's house...
Lionel Andrès Messi cuccittini is an Argentina professional football player, he was born on 24 June 1987,(age 33 years). He plays for Barcelona and captains Argentina national team Lionel Messi also captains Barcelona he is a six (6) times Ballon d'Or winner.
There are always a good reason for everything that happens in this Earth who will believe that airplanes can't fly over a particular place.
The main reason why airplanes are not allowed to fly over Lionel Messi's house is not just because he is a popular/successful football player, the reason for that is because there is a natural reserve in the area where it contains endangered plants and animals (wild life's) and Lionel Messi also lives in that particular area so now you know the reason for this law is not about Lionel Messi, it is a protected area under environmental laws.
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