Subway security service inspector put up armed debauch in St. Petersburg tube
It was decided to dismiss the employee.
In St. Petersburg, a man who had swung a traumatic pistol in front passengers of the subway the day before, turned out to be a senior inspector of the Metro's security service.
It also turned out that the man has been working in the subway since 2012. When attacking the Petersburger was not on duty, just a passenger. In relation to him, an official check is appointed and a decision to dismiss the employee has already been made.
Recall, December 12 at 11pm in St. Petersburg, a drunken subway officer put up a rowdy at the station Staraya Derevnya. A fairly drunk man walked around the station and swang his traumatic pistol. Soon the citizen was detained by police officers. A pistol and ten cartridges to it were seized. An administrative protocol on Article 20.20 of the Code of Administrative Offenses (public intoxication) was drawn up.
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