They say they are from Ukraine: Russian tourists invented a "life hack" to avoid being harassed because of their nationality
Russians are becoming outcasts throughout the civilized world, as the red passport with a double-headed eagle on the cover is an identifier of aggression and terror. No one wants to see citizens of the occupying country abroad, but they continue to leave their homeland. And when Russian tourists encounter disrespectful treatment, they are sincerely surprised and throw tantrums.
However, especially experienced travelers have invented a mean and cynical "life hack" that allegedly helps them avoid conflicts abroad. Alexander Kondrashov, a millionaire travel blogger with over 2.6 million followers, shared his shameful trick on InstaStories.
The Russian had the audacity to pretend to be a Ukrainian abroad in order to be treated normally. He advised his compatriots to use this absolutely vile "trick".
Kondrashov came to Yerevan and "tested" his "life hack" there.
"Several times they tried to get to the bottom of us, saying that we were Russians. But when you say that you are from Ukraine, they immediately fall behind. Life hack," the blogger wrote, adding a laughing emoticon.
Earlier, a video of street musicians (probably Russians) in Georgia singing Russian songs was shared online. One of the local residents, who apparently strongly condemns the occupation policy of the Russian Federation and does not want to listen to the music of the terrorist country at home, did not like it. He tried to stop the street concert of Russian performers.
OBOZREVATEL also wrote that Lufthansa refused to fly a Russian woman because of her citizenship. She threw a tantrum on social media.