Police looking for Hummer driver, rided over tread of MSU Physics Department
The capital traffic police checks video, appeared in the Internet, where the SUV rides on the University steps.
The Traffic Police Department of Moscow conducts checks due to the published in a network video, on which Hummer rides through the steps of the Physics Department of Moscow State University on Vorobyovy Hills, Interfax reported.
The police establishes the identity of the driver of the SUV and its owner. Law enforcement officials also wanted witnesses of the incident.
In Moscow the number of cases of gross violations of traffic rules by drivers of luxury vehicles has increased in recent years. Behind the wheel of cars often there are representatives of the so-called golden youth. In August, law enforcement agencies have prosecuted 22-year-old driver of BMW M3 Paynur Pogosyan, drifted around the traffic police officer on the Vorobyovy Hills. Then, the 20-year-old driver of BMW X6 Kirill Romanov, who drove through the pedestrian zone of Muzeon for driving without a license was arrested for 10 days. Note that all intentional infringements of traffic regulations young people themselves filmed and spreaded on the Internet.
Video: Golden youth on Hammers scared people, rided over tread of MSU Physics Department
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Lawyer Damir Gainutdinov from Agora asks for recommendation to the Russian Federation Government "to refrain from expanding the practice of arbitrary interference in the right to freedom of expression, privacy and anonymity, including online."