ORENBURGA fined for a tattoo

The inhabitant of the Orenburg region brought to administrative liability for the display of Nazi tattoos. About it reports to “Fontanka” on Wednesday, August 30.

According to the press service of the Sovetskiy district court of Orsk, on the left forearm of a 33-year-old male shows a band with an inverted cross. The prosecution argued that the defendant showed banned in Russia symbols in public places, particularly on beaches. The court ordered him to pay a fine in the amount of one thousand rubles.

At the end of July employees of Sheremetevsky customs have intercepted a shipment award and five other items with Nazi symbols, which tried to send from Russia to New Zealand in the box of the drugs.

In accordance with article 20.3. The code of administrative offences “propaganda or public demonstration of Nazi paraphernalia” shall entail the imposition of an administrative fine in the amount from one thousand to two thousand roubles with confiscation of the subject of the offence. In addition, the offender faces imprisonment for up to 15 days. Under the display of Nazi symbols is understood by her public display, displaying, carrying and other actions that make perception available. Banned symbols in particular include a swastika and the symbol of the life guards of the SS in the form of two rune “zig” (two zipper).