St. Petersburg festival of stand-up comedians ends with fight
Residents blocked the arch at 27 Rubinstein Street, blocking the entrance to the DovLaTov bar.
In St. Petersburg, residents of houses on Rubinstein Street, dissatisfied with the stand-up comedians festival, had a fight with the festival participants. The event, which took place in 15 bars in this district of the city, gathered more than 200 comedians from all over the country, as well as a large number of spectators. This is reported by Fontanka.
At some point, residents of the houses irritated by the noise tried to block the entrance of some bars. For example, they blocked the arch at 27 Rubinstein Street, blocking the entrance to the DovLaTov bar. Owners of the bar unsuccessfully tried to negotiate with the residents, after which the quarrel turned into a fight. As a result, one of the bar employees was hospitalized with minor injuries. The shows of comedians in the bar had to be canceled.
Video: DovLaTov bar cancels StandUp festival after fight with residents of Rubinstein Street