Police initiated case over beating Muscovite who opened BMW's licence plate
The Interior Ministry clarified that the man before he was beaten tried to photograph covered car's licence plate.
The Moscow police opened a criminal investigation over man's beating at Patriarch's Ponds, who removed the paper, which closed licence plate of incorrectly parked BMW, and tried to take a picture of it to fix the fact of traffic rules violation.
The Interior Ministry reported that on 22 December it received the information about the beating of person at Patriarch's Ponds in Moscow. Arrived police learned from the victim that he was beaten after trying to remove the paper, which closed licence plate of incorrectly parked BMW, and tried to take a picture of it, according to RIA Novosti.
"According to this, the criminal case is initiated under Article 115 of the Criminal Code (Intentional Infliction of Bodily Harm)," - said Head of the Moscow Interior Ministry press service Alexander Knyazev.
It is noted that, at the request of the victim, he was attacked by four men, who got out of the car. After this, the attackers fled.
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