Source Pravda.Ru

Illegal passengers found on board Russian iconic Aurora cruiser

On board the iconic Aurora cruiser in St.Petersburg, four illegal passengers were found as the legend of the Russian fleet was being sent for repairs. The young men climbed onto one of the pipes of the cruiser at night. They decided to wait for the time when the ship departs. As the explained later, they boarded the ship just to take some photos, Vesti TV channel reports.

"The fare dodgers" from the Aurora were taken to the nearest police station for identification. Police officers said that the young people were calm and did not commit any acts in light of their detention, Interfax reports.

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