Participant of second Chechen campaign laid down four people in fight in St. Petersburg cafe
A mass fight took place at a doner kebab cafe.
The mass brawl occurred at a shawarma cafe in St. Petersburg, TV channel RenTV reports.
According to a source, the quarrel began with comments of one of the guests in regard to the other. In response, the man called his opponent's bag "too feminine." The one offended by the comment didn’t stand on ceremony - he attacked the visitor and literally scattered other people standing in line.
According to unconfirmed information, the owner of the ‘feminine’ bag who arranged the brawl in the establishment, turned out to be a participant of the second Chechen campaign serving in reconnaissance company Mozdok.
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