Source Pravda.Ru

Thirty CSKA fans released

Thirty fans of the CSKA football club who were arrested the day before for disorderly conduct, have been released. According to officials of the Arbatskoye police station, "the detainees have been released following the drawing up of all relevant protocols." According to the local police officer, a group of youngsters aged from 16 to 22 have broken the front window of the Macdonald's fast food restaurant located in Arbat street. Further on, the group moved to the Garden Ring where the police arrested them. Complicity of young radicals, so-called skinheads, in the incident is unlikely, the police officer added. "Intoxicated by alcoholic beverages and the victory of their favourite team the young men gave vent to their emotions and energy. As a result, they ended up in a police station," RIA Novosti's source concluded. The day before Moscow football club CSKA has defeated Zenit from St. Petersburg 2:0 and became the winner of the Football Cup of Russia.

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