Chelyabinsk beat French writer of gay

1956

Astrid Wendlandt Frame: STS-Chelyabinsk / YouTube

French writer Astrid Wendlandt went to the police after the beating in the Chelyabinsk region. On it informs TV channel NTV.

According to Wendlandt, her and her friend Jean Philip was beaten in the Urals due to poorly-understood phrase.

“I was with my friend Jean Philippe, which is so similar to Belmondo. We are all Europeans these curves, immoral people, the source of corruption, inadequate, they came up with this story that I wanted gays to carry. Actually, I have no gay friends”, she said.

The writer was going to spend a few months in the Urals, came to the village of Oleksandrivka and wanted to make friends with the locals.

“This horror was here! They appeared like three demons, one of them had brass knuckles. I screamed “help” but nobody came,” he added, Wendlandt.

In April it was reported that the Norwegian writer traveled around Russia and predicted the collapse of the country.

Video, photo All from Russia.



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