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Will There Be A Show? Mayor of Florence Tells Jersey Shore Cast They Can't Drink in Public

It looks like the Jersey Shore cast will have lots more free time for gym, tan and laundry now that the mayor of Florence, Italy has laid down a few restrictions on their visit to the motherland. Mayor Matteo Renzi has drafted a set of rules that The Situation and friends will have to abide by when they visit Florence for the show's fourth season, the New York Post reports.

Hanh Nguyen

It looks like the Jersey Shore cast will have lots more free time for gym, tan and laundry now that the mayor of Florence, Italy has laid down a few restrictions on their visit to the motherland.

Mayor Matteo Renzi has drafted a set of rules that The Situation and friends will have to abide by when they visit Florence for the show's fourth season, the New York Post reports.

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His first three rules target the cast's drinking habits: They can't be filmed drinking in public or in bars or clubs that serve alcohol, and by extension, the show can't be filmed to promote Florence as a drinking town. Furthermore, he's stipulated that the show must be filmed to promote Italy's culture and food, but that the production is banned from filming in the city's historic buildings.

Sorry Snooki, we guess you won't be admiring Michaelangelo's David in the buff, after all. That's okay. He's juiced, but not exactly tan.

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The cast recently received a six-figure raise, earning at least $100,000 for their fourth season. MTV has also ordered two spin-offs for Pauly D, and Snooki and JWoww.