Polish journalist Tomasz Matejczuk provoked a mass brawl in the Studio of the TV channel NTV. At this time, Mateychuk, known for his anti-Russian statements, quarreled with the chief editor PolitRussia, Ruslan Ostashko.
The incident occurred on the filming of “the Venue” on April 26. The atmosphere in the Studio escalated after one of the guests of the program tried to put an equal sign between fascism and Soviet communism.
A dispute broke the chief editor of the Internet publication PolitRussia Ruslan Ostashko. The journalist warned that if his opponents would dare ever again to call his ancestors by the Nazis, then get on the face. Fiery speech of the editor-in-chief was interrupted by Polish journalist, Mateychuk, which, apparently, did not take the threat seriously. “Your grandparents — red fascists,” said he, turning to Ostashko.
The Russians, refusing to meekly bear the insults, ran to Mateychuk and gave him a good right side. Pole not in debt left and also tried to put some blows, then the sparring has joined Ukrainian journalist Olena Boyko. The fight did not last long — the fighters quickly separated by the security.
Recall that in November last year, Muzychuk had a fight during the shooting of the program “Right to vote” on TVC. Poles believe that Russia in contrast to Romania, “living in shit”, helped to get out of the Studio “kick in the eye”. After that, the TV channel paid for the beaten journalist of 50 thousand rubles as compensation.