Source Pravda.Ru

Buttocks of Russian official attacked in Moscow

The Moscow police are searching for the men, who mutilated a Russian official, a deputy of a municipal assembly. The deputy received lacerated wounds of his buttocks as a result of a street fight.

The brawl occurred on Monday at about 6:00 in Krylatskiye Kholmy Street, Interfax reports with reference to the press service of Moscow's Directorate of Internal Affairs.

The victim of the fight was a man, born in 1975. When he came out of the building, he was approached by three people. The men started talking. The conversation developed into a cross-talk and then into a fight. One of the perpetrators stabbed the official in his buttocks, and the three attackers escaped from the crime sceneю

The victim of sophisticated violence is a deputy of the municipal assembly of Moscow's Krylatskoye district. 

 

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