Media: Russian businessman spoiled Americans views of the statue of Liberty
MOSCOW, June 16 — RIA Novosti. Russian businessman Eugene Shvidler has stood in his yacht views of the statue of Liberty, reports the New York Post.
The ship, according to the newspaper, he first threw anchor in front of one of the main attractions of new York city on April 17 and stayed there for two weeks. In June it returned to the same place that caused a storm of indignation among the Americans, they considered it “an assault on freedom.”
Russian billionaire”s yacht ruining tourists’ pics of Lady Liberty https://t.co/wyR9umJ0ga pic.twitter.com/ykAtr7QajJ
— NYC Informer (@newyorkcityinfo) 16 Jun 2017
“It’s depressing. Not so often see in the US obstructs freedom and justice,” said a tourist from Massachusetts.
The businessman has violated the law, prosvetova the boat a symbol of new York.
The court legally have the right to anchor in this place, but, according to regulars of the Harbor, boats usually get up there for a day or two.
Eugene Shvidler, a Russian businessman, head of investment company Millhouse. His boat is one of the longest private yachts in the world.