I listened to Putin with noodles on my ears: how a deputy was punished in Russia
The court fined the deputy for a tidy sum.
A Russian court has sentenced Mikhail Abdalkin, a deputy of the Samara Regional Duma from the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, who listened to President Vladimir Putin's speech with noodles on his ears.
This is reported by Russian publics.
Thus, the court fined the deputy for “discrediting the army by an official” for 150,000 rubles. (approximately 75 thousand UAH).
It is noted that the denunciation of Abdalkin was written by his former rival in the elections to the State Duma of the Russian Federation Alexander Khinshtein.
Recall that in late February, Abdalkin published a video where he sits with noodles on his ears. He added the following ironic text to the video: “I listened to a two-hour message from the president. I fully support, I completely agree, a wonderful speech. I have not heard anything like this in the last 23 years. Pleasantly surprised.”
In early March, a protocol was drawn up against a communist deputy on “discrediting the army.”