Extortionists send 2 carnations to Moscow entrepreneur demanding $25.000
Unknown extortionists demanded 1.5 million rubles (25 thousand dollars) from a Moscow entrepreneur; they sent him a letter and 2 carnations.
The incident took place in the De Marco Café located on the Bogdanova Street, Moscow, according to media outlets. Unknown people demanded 1.5 million rubles from the café visitor there. The extortionists began calling Denis M. and threatening him after he refused to pay. Moreover, the extortionists sent him 2 carnations and a letter that read: “Greetings from Solntsevo (a Moscow district, translator’s note), Denis Aleksandrovich.”
The police is investigating who the extortionists are and what exactly happened.
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