Due to a lack of stable employment, 64.3 percent of young Italian adults aged 18 to 34 still live with their parents. They are known as “Bamboccioni" or "big babies". Recently, Italy's Supreme Court put an end to a judicial saga that had been gripping the country. For the past five years, a 35-year-old part-time musician had been relentlessly suing his father for financial support. But the court ruled against him: in essence, the judges told him "to grow up".