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Saturday, January 20, 2018

The police detained the candidate for Parliament, was floating naked in Kherson

Police in the Ukrainian city of Kherson detained a technical candidate to the Verkhovna Rada Victor Kolomeychenko, who had stripped down to my leg and shouting in support of LGBT people were running around the city. The Ukrainian media also published a photo identity of the candidate, which showed that police arrested.

Photo: social networks

According to the Ukrainian TV channel NewsOne, the candidate in people’s deputies Viktor Vladimirovich, Kolomiychenko was arrested during the night in strange circumstances in Kherson.

First, Kolomiychenko was seen at the hotel in the center of Kherson, where he appeared in the Nude. While the police don’t know how, Kolomiychenko was in a hotel and what he was doing there. Witnesses say that he ran there and shouted slogans in support of LGBT people, then in the same form out onto the street until he was stopped by police.

Photo: social networks

Thus, Kolomeychenko told the police that is a technical candidate, presented the certificate and threatened the guards.

Official comments on this case did not, therefore, the electoral authorities expect from the police official documents, to take any action.

Ukrainian media also report that the events took place outside the hotel at ulitsa Mayakovskogo, 26. According to some reports, Kolomeychenko your flash mob held in the peak-held in Kherson March “For Ukrainian values”, which was organized by Ilya Kiva, also the participant of this election.

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