Perm man demands cash from neighbor upon learning he’s policeman
Initially, the man demanded seven thousand rubles from the district police officer for a damaged car. When he found out about his neighbor’s job, the compensation increased to 40 thousand rubles.
Perm resident Stanislav Kichev increased his demands from his neighbor policeman for a damaged car when he learned what he did for a living, reports Ura.ru. According to sources, Kichev first received seven thousand rubles from Yaroslav Girya for a mosquito net that had fallen on the car, however, having learned about his job, he increased the amount to almost forty.
According to the source of the publication, Kichev threatened that he would have the officer dismissed. “He allegedly found a witness who confirmed that the officer had damaged the car intentionally. But Girya had known that witness after an investigation about him torturing his wife,” the source said.
The footage from the surveillance cameras shows that the net falls onto the car without human involvement.
The landlady of the apartment, where the policeman lives, said that he handed her eight thousand rubles immediately to compensate for the damage. She, in turn, passed the money to the owner, Kichev’s wife.
Kichev said that the increase had nothing to do with his neighbor’s job. “I just carefully examined the car a bit later and found additional damage,” the man said.
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