Showman Stas Baretsky attacks driver lady why cut up his car with machine gun
The musician made a scene in the style of the 90s in the center of Petersburg.
The Russian chanson singer and former member of the Leningrad band, Stas Baretsky, made a scene in the style of the 90s in the center of St. Petersburg. At the Vasileostrovskaya metro station, the artist jumped out of his black SUV with a Kalashnikov gun, pulled out a lady out of her Audi Q5, shoved her into the back seat of his car and drove away, Pyaty Kanal reports.
“The machine gun scared [her] a little bit. She is simply insane – she was rude, we decided to catch up and punish her. We took her for a short ride and then let her go. She just cut us up and started showing fingers through the window,” Baretsky explained.
“My mate grabbed her by the hair and dragged into our car. [We] pushed her into the back seat. She resisted, screamed, threatened that her dad was cool. Well, we drove her about 50 meters and dropped off,” Komsomolskaya Pravda quotes Baretsky as saying.
According to Baretsky, the lady was simply given a short “ride, as in the 90s.” The machine gun was real, but not charged, says the artist. The artist was called from the police and asked to turn up at the police station to explain what had happened, but Baretsky refused. The MIA’s Main Directorate for St. Petersburg did not find any illegal actions in the incident, 78.ru reports.
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