Pensioner from Germany staged a riot near St. Isaac’s Cathedral


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Pensioner from Germany, arrived in St. Petersburg for the world Cup, attempted to enter St. Isaac’s Cathedral, and then staged a riot. About it reports the Internet-the newspaper “Fontanka”.

63-year-old German was detained by the guards of the Cathedral after attempts to go inside the sights with a fake ticket. When the Museum staff wanted to stop him, inadequate man began waving his arms, to disturb other tourists and screaming.

Security guards failed to calm down the rowdy and caused police officers to those detained him. At the station the Germans explained the rules of visiting the museums of St. Petersburg.

In July, the staff of the Moscow metro has compiled a list of the most unusual and popular questions that fans ask volunteers. “The most popular questions were “How to get to red square?” and “Where Nikolskaya street?”, often the fans just show a picture of the street with the crowd from the Internet.

Video, photo All from Russia.


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