Rich kid who insulted policeman at Vnukovo is detained
Officers of the Russian MIA detained the driver of the convertible Mercedes-Benz SL500, who insulted the Senior Police Lieutenant in the pedestrian zone at the Vnukovo Airport.
The troublemaker was taken to the Solntsevsky Department of the Investigative Committee. It is the 30-year-old Muscovite Grigory Roman. According to the ICR Main Investigative Directorate Senior Assistant Head in Moscow Yulia Ivanova, the detainee was charged with insulting a representative of authorities in the framework of the criminal case initiated against him under Art. 319 of the Criminal Code on 17 August.
The preventive measure in the form of the written undertaking not to leave the place and good behavior was chosen against the person of interest.
The video of the incident which caused a wide public resonance appeared on the web on August 11. On the video, the driver of the convertible Mercedes-Benz SL500, first tried to park in the pedestrian zone of the Vnukovo Airport, and after a conflict with the police leaves the scene swearing.
As one can see on the video, the driver communicates with the policeman with the hysterical notes in his voice, demanding to show the badge and then starts shouting, calling the police officer a dirty cop and a pig.
Video: the rich kid insults the policeman
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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."