In Moscow, the security forces broke into bars and forced people to sing, threatening with a stun gun

The security forces came on suspicion of “sponsoring the Armed Forces of Ukraine”, they had sledgehammers and stun guns with them.

One employee was forced to draw a letter on the doors of the establishment

In Russia, the Moscow bars Underdog and La Virgen were visited by the police because of the suspicion that the establishments may be involved in the financing of the “Armed Forces of Ukraine”.

Eyewitnesses told OVD-Info that the police came to the bars with a sledgehammer and electric shocks. The channel reports that law enforcement officers forced one of the visitors to write the letter “Z” and the words “For Russia” on the door of the institution.

According to SOTA, the music repertoire in the bar itself changed after the appearance of the police. The correspondent of the channel heard the songs of the Putinists Shaman, “Lube”, as well as “Blue Handkerchief” and “Hey, oh, yes, my black horse.”

In turn, Mediazona, citing an Underdog employee who wished to remain anonymous, writes that the police forced visitors to sing along, threatening them with stun guns, and also asked people with tattoos to undress.

Later, OVD-Info wrote that among the visitors and staff of both establishments there were detainees who were taken to the police department in the Basmanny district. Human rights activists did not specify their number. Lawyers were not allowed to see the detainees.

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