Detyquinization: in the Russian Federation they demanded to remove the decor for Halloween, because the country is not fighting for this (video)

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Detyquinization: in the Russian Federation they demanded to remove the decor for Halloween, because the country is not fighting for this (video)

Arriving at the store decorated with painted pumpkins, the woman said that such a decor offends her feelings as a believer.

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In St. Petersburg, a local resident made a scandal in a supermarket, which was decorated with painted pumpkins for Halloween, Baza reports. A woman came to the store with two children and told the administrator that such decor scared them. In addition, the pumpkins offended her feelings as a believer, so the brawler promised to complain to the prosecutor's office. She warned the store employee that such an insult would result in criminal penalties. It turned out that the visitor turned out to be savvy in this segment of Russian legislation.

“In the store I see such a wonderful showcase dedicated to satanic cults. This is a violation of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, Article 148, the conclusion was given by Ponkin, Doctor of Law,” said the brawler “, and immediately violated another law forbidding Russians to call war a war. “We are now at war in the country. Our guys are dying for this? Aren't you ashamed? It's a shame. I now have a son in the army and I see this!”

The administrator was not ashamed: she calmly listened to the complaints and promised to pass them on to the management.

Article 148 was introduced into the Criminal Code in 2013 after the performance of the punk band Pussy Riot in the Cathedral of Christ the Savior in Moscow. The maximum penalty under this article is three years in prison.