Source Pravda.Ru

Femen activist cake-attacks Interior Ministry official

An activist of Ukraine's FEMEN movement attacked the head of the press service of Ukraine's Interior Ministry Vladimir Polishchuk in Kiev. The activist of the notorious movement threw a cake into the official, RIA Novosti reports.

A message posted on the website of the movement said that the activists enticed the official into a press conference near the building of the Interior Ministry. During the conference, the official was answering questions about the actions of the Ukrainian police at the European Football Championship, which currently takes place in Ukraine and Poland.

In the middle of the conference, a FEMEN activist threw a cake into the face of the official. She wanted to take revenge on the Ukrainian Interior Ministry for not recognizing the kidnapping of FEMEN activists by security officers in Donetsk. 

Comments
Russia may voluntarily return Crimea to Ukraine
USA tramples on human rights to protect Israel
Russians start protesting against retirement age law
Russia improves Uran-9 combat robotic machine
Russia sends assault ships to counter US aircraft carriers in the Mediterranean Sea
Russia improves Uran-9 combat robotic machine
Russia improves Uran-9 combat robotic machine
USA tramples on human rights to protect Israel
USA tramples on human rights to protect Israel
USA tramples on human rights to protect Israel
USA tramples on human rights to protect Israel
Western experts say Russia's aircraft carrier is the worst in the history of world navy
USA tramples on human rights to protect Israel
Russia may voluntarily return Crimea to Ukraine
Pentagon to deliver F-35 fighter bombers to Turkey bypassing Congress approval
USA tramples on human rights to protect Israel
From where I stand: "We need men who will stand up for the rights of women and girls"
Russians start protesting against retirement age law
Russia improves Uran-9 combat robotic machine
USA tramples on human rights to protect Israel
Pentagon to deliver F-35 fighter bombers to Turkey bypassing Congress approval