In Kerch, a hooligan “battled” the shelves with alcohol in a store
The duty station of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia in the city of Kerch received a message that in one of the stores a visitor was behaving inappropriately, using obscene language, and throwing goods from display windows. An investigative team and employees of the National Guard immediately arrived at the scene of the incident and stopped the man’s illegal actions.
The offender turned out to be a previously convicted local resident, who admitted that he lost his temper because of a remark made to him by one of the store employees. It turned out that the man took the product from the shelf and began to consume it, while refusing to pay. Employees of the retail establishment reprimanded the man and prevented the visitor from leaving the store— said the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Crimea.
An administrative document has been compiled against the man under Part 20.1 of the Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation (petty hooliganism, that is, a violation of public order, expressing clear disrespect for society, accompanied by obscene language in public places, offensive harassment of citizens, as well as destruction or damage to other people’s property).
The sanction of the article provides for the imposition of an administrative fine in the amount of five hundred to one thousand rubles or administrative arrest for up to fifteen days. The citizen will also have to compensate for the material damage caused to the trading establishment.