In St. Petersburg, public utilities lost in the “battle” with anti-war graffiti (photo, video)

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In St. Petersburg, public utilities lost in the "battle" with anti-war graffiti (photo, video)

They tried to paint over the artist's drawing, then they decided to plaster it, but it still shows through on the wall.

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On October 21, in St. Petersburg on Khersonskaya Street, the artist Zoom painted anti-war graffiti, Sota reports. The author changed the plot of the fairy tale about the turnip, adding a post-apocalyptic tonality to it: in the picture, all the characters, turning into skeletons, are pulling a nuclear mushroom.

 In St. Petersburg, public utilities lost the

In St. Petersburg, public utilities lost the

The graffiti quickly aroused the displeasure of the local authorities, who ordered that the drawing be painted over. Workers arrived at the scene within an hour. The utilities had a hard time. At first they used paint, but the graffiti showed through. Then we decided to try to plaster the wall. However, when the plaster dried, the contours of the “atomic turnip” still showed through.

In St. Petersburg, public utilities lost the

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According to journalists, the workers promised to return later to finally deal with the street painting.

How It was reported that on September 21, announcing the mobilization in Russia, Russian President Vladimir Putin again threatened with a nuclear strike. The West said that a decisive response would follow Russia's use of nuclear weapons.