Netizens have criticized Instagram models for the publication of explicit photos taken in Chernobyl exclusion zone. It drew attention to the publication the Sun.
Under the photo of the wearer nz.nik appeared more than two thousand comments. The authors of many of them found a photo shoot in the city of Pripyat offensive. “It’s disgusting and disrespectful to the victims of the tragedy. I hope you are proud to sell their bodies for “likes”,” — wrote one of them. “It is very disrespectful. Congratulations, you are now famous thanks to his ego, ignorance and disrespect,” commented another. “When you have no brain and respect,” added the third.
While there were those who supported the girl and called the critics of its users by the police of morality.
The writer of the us TV series “Chernobyl” Craig Mazin commented in his Twitter account pictures of the city. “It is wonderful that “Chernobyl” has inspired tourists to travel to the exclusion zone, but Yes, I’ve seen pictures of. If you are planning to go there, please remember that there was a terrible tragedy. Be respectful to the victims of the catastrophe”, — stated in the message.
Earlier on 12 June it was reported that after the release of American TV series “Chernobyl”, the number of tourists interested in the exclusion zone, significantly increased. According to the organizers of excursions, if you follow the instructions, the received dose of radiation will be minimal.
The accident at the Chernobyl NPP occurred on 26 April 1986. It is considered one of the largest technological disaster in the history of mankind. The explosion in the fourth unit of the plant were exposed to the radiation of nearly 8.4 million people in Belarus, Ukraine and Russia. Set up around the plant so-called exclusion zone from which evacuated the two cities of Pripyat and Chernobyl, and 74 villages.
Video, photo All from Russia.