Aggressive man tried to set fire to a Russian flag in Sevastopol

In Artillery Bay in Sevastopol, the man tried to burn the Russian flag, but were stopped by employees of a private security company. On Friday, January 6, reports RIA Novosti.

Unknown shouted threats against the Russian authorities, and security guards called the police. At the scene the guards met with resistance: a man, bursting, continued to insult the government and repeatedly struck one of the guards.

“It was a torrent of abuse from a man was a strong smell of alcohol, but drunk to call him was impossible,” — said the Agency a source in law enforcement bodies of the city. He also said that such aggressive behavior, the police faced for the first time in 2.5 years.

Crimea and Sevastopol became part of Russia in March 2014 according to the results of the referendum in which an overwhelming majority of voters opted for secession of Crimea from Ukraine. March 18, was signed the Treaty of accession of the Peninsula to Russia.

In April 2016, the opening of the Congress of the public expert Council under the Governor of Sevastopol Sergey Menyailo was interrupted because of insulting the Russian national anthem antics. During the anthem on the big screen appeared his garbled text. In particular, in the phrase “Russia — our sacred state,” the word “sacred” was changed to “crazy”.