In Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, 8 tons of fish waste were accidentally knocked over in front of government building
Internet users have put forward a version that the incident is a protest, designed to show that "the fish is rotting from the head."
In Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, there is an investigation of the incident that happened in the city center, opposite the government building. Here 8 tons of fish waste appeared on the road. As a result, a whole strip of fish heads stretched along the road.
As it turned out, a truck driver, who was carrying waste for recycling, was driving through the city center. However, by coincidence, the back side of the truck broke down near the government building and all the waste got on the road. The identity of the driver was immediately installed through the video surveillance system. The director of the company faces a fine of up to 150 thousand rubles ($2,300).
The indignation was already expressed by the first persons of the city, who, apparently, saw the consequences of the accident personally.
“Such incidents are unacceptable. I instructed the environmental inspection and the Ministry of Fisheries of the Kamchatka Krai to find out on what grounds someone considers it possible to improperly transport waste through the historical center of the city, and the head of the city to take measures, including administrative ones, regarding violations of the improvement rules ”, - The region’s governor Vladimir Ilyukhin got indignant.
Meanwhile, Youtube users are pushing their versions. Some felt that the incident could be not disorder, but a protest designed to show that "the fish is rotting from the head." Other users offered to fine the driver for disrespect for the authorities.
This fact is under investigation.
Video: Fish heads were dumped near the Kamchatka government building
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