Several visitors to entertainment venues were “packed” into paddy wagons by riot police and taken to the police station, Russian media reported.
In Moscow, in the Russian Federation, OMON officers raided bars. They were looking for sponsors of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. It is reported by Mediazon.
It is noted that two Moscow bars, La Virgen and Underdog, were visited by riot police in the midst of evening entertainment.
According to eyewitnesses, law enforcement officers turned on the songs of Shaman and the Lube group and threatened visitors with stun guns.
It is reported that at about 10 pm the riot police left the establishment, while law enforcement officers forced one of the visitors to write “Z – for Russia” on the door.
An Underdog employee, who wished to remain anonymous, told Mediazone that law enforcement officers forced visitors to sing, threatening them with stun guns, and also asked people with tattoos to undress.
A video appeared on telegram channels of how security forces forced young people in a bar to sing a song from the repertoire of “Lube” “Bereza”.
“Several visitors and employees of the establishments were taken to the police department. The visit of law enforcement officers was associated with the assumption of “sponsoring the Armed Forces of Ukraine,” the media reported.
Earlier, Focus reported that in St. Petersburg, a man shot at an OMON officer. The man took out a column in the city center and turned on the song “Get up, the country is huge.” One of the OMON officers tried to detain the man, but he received a sawed-off shotgun and fired several shots at the security officer.
In the Russian Federation, a car with riot policemen who were going to neutralize “Ukrainian saboteurs” was blown up by a mine. The security forces were supposed to “clean up” the village of Lyubechany and clear the territory of the village of Sushany. However, their car hit a World War II mine and exploded. The commander of the fighting compartment and two fighters of the Russian Guard, as well as the OMON explosives engineer, were injured.
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