Dmitry Ovsyannikovo: Catherine Lyzlov / RIA Novosti
The court fined the former Deputy Minister of industry Dmitry Ovsyannikov to two thousand rubles for disorderly conduct at the airport of Izhevsk, where he swore at the employees. It is reported by RIA Novosti.
The trial was postponed several times due to measures imposed in connection with the coronavirus, and because of the desire Ovsyannikova to attend the meeting, but on 30 June he had not appeared in court. The case was considered in his absence.
It is established that Ovsyannikov “defiantly violate the public order, showing complete disrespect for society”. The court found the former Deputy guilty to disorderly conduct, coupled with disobedience to lawful request of a person acting for the protection of public order (part 2 of article 20.1 of the Cao).
In April Ovsyannikov swore obscenely at the airport employee when she asked him to show his boarding pass for the flight, and then angrily threw the passport on the front Desk. In explanation he said that for the first time faced with a similar requirement in the airport of Izhevsk and said that he had fulfilled all the requirements of aviation security officers. Ovsyannikov added that he had visited in Izhevsk father.
23 April, Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin fired Ovsyannikova from the post of Deputy Minister of industry “in connection with reduction of posts”. After the incident at the airport he was also expelled from the party “United Russia”.
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