This information was reported by Radiotrek, reports URA-Inform.
A Russian occupier, who came on leave from the war, went into a supermarket in St. Petersburg, where the song “Gulyanochka” by the Ukrainian Verka Serduchka was playing.
He complained about the supermarket because allegedly even the words of the song — Russian-language, but it contains the lines:
«Ukraine has not yet died if we walk like this.
Because of the complaint, the police immediately came to the establishment to inspect it. In turn, the administration of the supermarket first reported in its Telegram channel about a DDoS attack on the network, which «caused the appearance of unwanted music tracks in the playlist».
And in the evening the management of the establishment posted video apology, stating that he acknowledges the «mistake made by the employee». And he hastened to assure that he “shares the values of Russia and helps the soldiers at the front.”
We recall that it was previously reported that an unexpected flag was raised in Odessa: it became known who did it and what they called for (footage).