St. Petersburg court extended arrest of Ryzhy Tarzan who organized prostitutes' naked march
Nationalist Vyacheslav Datsik will remain in custody until March, 18.
The Petrogradsky District Court extended the arrest of northern capital nationalist Vyacheslav Datsik, known by the nickname Ryzhy Tarzan. He is accused of organizing the so-called naked march - Datsik made brothel employees and customers to walk naked to the police station.
It is noted that the court granted the request of the investigation on the extension of detention for up to 18th March of 2017. Meanwhile, the media reported that at a hearing Datsik's lawyer was not present, but in the courtroom there was his mother, who tried to intervene in the case as a public defender, but later the ambulance was called.
Recall that the naked march Ryzhy Tarzan held in St. Petersburg on the night of May 18, 2016. The nationalist drove out into the street employees and customers of the brothel, located on the 11th Line of Vasilyevsky Island, and made them naked to go to the nearest police department. Publications in the media and social networks were accompanied by photos and videos. According to media reports, Datsik was armed with a crowbar and expressed threats. Later that night he was arrested during a visit to another brothel located in the Petrogradsky district.
In March 2016, Datsik was released from prison in Krasnoyarsk, where he was serving a five-year sentence for robbery at the St. Petersburg salon of cellular communication.
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