In Svyatoshinsky district of Kiev thugs beat the employee of state enterprise “Antonov”, because he was wearing a t-shirt with Soviet symbols. This was reported by Ukrainian journalist Andriy Pavlovsky, in his Telegram channel.
The incident occurred on 7 August, when Mr Owl was returning home after an evening walk in the Park Nivki. Svyatoshinsky bridge he noticed three young men of a sports Constitution who began to follow him.
Caught up with Eugene, they demanded to remove the shirt, which depicted Soviet symbols, but he refused. In response to the bullies was sprayed with tear gas, and then put on the brass knuckles and started beating him on the head.
The victim filed a statement to the police.
According to Eugene, for wearing things with Soviet symbols his head break the first time. For this he was detained by militiamen.
It is worth noting that Ukraine is not edinicy a case where the person injured for wearing the “wrong clothes”. For example, in 2019 in Kryvyi Rih local resident Oleg A. walked near a shopping Mall in a t-shirt with the emblem of the USSR. Dzerzhinsky district court of Krivoy Rog found him guilty and sentenced to one year of imprisonment. The court also freed the man from punishment with a probation period of one year.