"I was afraid for my life." Witness in Kokorin-Mamayev case tells about details of brawl in cafe

"I was afraid for my life." Witness in Kokorin-Mamayev case tells about details of brawl in cafe
Alexander Kokorin

Victoria Pavlova told that no one in the café understood what was going on.

In Moscow, the trial against football players Alexander Kokorin and Pavel Mamayev, who are accused of hooliganism after two fights in the center of Moscow, is underway.

Witness Victoria Pavlova told the court about the details of the incident in Coffeemania cafe. According to her, at first, no one understood what was going on.

“Everyone were discussing that we needed to call the police, because something wrong was happening. I was afraid for my life and safety,” said Pavlova.

According to her, she decided to call the police after they began to broke the dishes.

As The CrimeRussia earlier reported, another witness told that she took the football players for gangsters from the 90s.

The fight took place in a cafe on October 8, 2018. As a result of the conflict, the Director of the Department of Industry and Trade Denis Pak was hit with a chair on this head by Alexander Kokorin, and the head of the NAMI Sergey Gaisin suffered from Pavel Mamayev and Alexander Protasovitsky. Full video of the fight has been published on the web.

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