Bulk threw cakes in Novosibirsk

Opposition leader Alexei Navalny at the outlet of the Central district court in Novosibirsk threw cakes. About it reports “Interfax” with reference to eyewitness accounts.

According to the interlocutor of the Agency, the politician stopped in front of the porch of the building, planning to mingle with supporters and journalists, but at this point, two young men standing nearby, threw in his two bags in powdered cakes. Also it threw two tied condom filled with a white liquid.

Bulk rushed in pursuit of the hoodlums, but did not catch up, writes “Interfax”.

Navalny himself also wrote about this incident in my Facebook. “Came from the court and directly into levels two clowns slapped me in cakes and ran away. The idea that again will have two hours to wash the jacket so pissed that I even ran for one”, — he wrote.

Before it became known that Navalny was summoned to the Novosibirsk court to interrogate as the witness on the case of activist of the party PARNAS Leonid Volkov, who participated in the campaign in Novosibirsk, and previously headed a staff of Navalny on elections of the mayor of Moscow.

The court considers the criminal case against Volkov by part 3 of article 144 of the criminal code (obstruction of legitimate professional activities of journalist with violence and damage to property). The case was brought in August 2015 according to the statement of the journalist LifeNews Alexander Potopalskogo. He stated that the wolves “have hindered the video journalists”, and it grabbed him by the arm and damaged the microphone.

At the end of February Neisseria threw in Bulk two cakes. It happened near the office of the Fund of struggle against Korcula headed politicians.

Before this a similar incident occurred with the leader of Parnas Mikhail Kasyanov. As he himself said , in the restaurant, he was approached by two men “of non-Slavic appearance” and threw a cake, accompanying it with cries of “you’re the enemy” and “we’ll take them”. Then the oppositionist filed a complaint to the police, but the office refused to initiate a criminal case.