Policemen ignore Russian football fans' mayhem
The incident occurred at the Teatralnaya station. One of the fans smashed the glass dome lamp with a swish of the scarf, then threw it into the wall, almost wounding the man.
The Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation deleted the official tweet left by the agency's employees in response to the Lentach video, which shows how football fans smashed the dome lamp in the metro before the police.
The incident occurred at the Teatralnaya station. One of the fans smashed the glass dome lamp with a swish of the scarf, then threw it into the wall, almost wounding the man. Police officers passed by the accident hit the video. Lentach published a video with a comment "Of course, it's not a schoolchildren at rallies against corruption."
The Ministry of Internal Affairs reacted: "There are cameras everywhere. Everything will be fine. Congratulations! #Egypt #Football." Later, the department's comment was deleted. The screenshot was posted at the Lentach Telegram channel.
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