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"Come here, you bastard! Where did you run to, you scum?" Russian tourists staged a family showdown at a market in the Kingdom of Tonga and scared people

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Russian tourists scared people in the Kingdom of Tonga with their scandals

Aggressive Russian tourists have reached the faraway Kingdom of Tonga in Oceania, where they were least expected to meet. One of the famous Russian bloggers who writes about her travels said that when she met her fellow citizens, she wanted to run away.

The showdown between the Russian family also frightened foreigners who were not used to the noise and public quarrels. Influencer Marina Yershova wrote about her experience with Russians in Congo in a blog post.

''Come here, you bastard! Where did you run to, you scum?'' Russian tourists staged a family showdown at a market in the Kingdom of Tonga and scared people

She started by enjoying the silence and learning about the culture of a country about which there is little information online. That day, the Russian woman was strolling through the market until her attention was diverted by shouting: "Petya, come here, you bastard. Where did you run to, you scum?"

It was a Russian mother addressing her young son, who wanted to stay away from his parents.

"When we returned, we noticed a group of big-bellied tourists from Russia. Ours immediately turn red like crayfish after a few hours in the sun, so they stood out among the Tongans and were a red spot. And that little Peter seemed to be trying in every way to avoid this noisy company, he wanted to run away somewhere, ignoring his mother's persistent calls," Yershova said.

''Come here, you bastard! Where did you run to, you scum?'' Russian tourists staged a family showdown at a market in the Kingdom of Tonga and scared people

She noticed that people around her began to give the family surprised looks and avoid them. The fellow citizens of the loud vacationers did the same.

"My friends are constantly asking me how we treat Russians when we meet them somewhere on our travels. They think that we definitely come into contact with them. I answer that it depends. Right now we decided to remain invisible. We wanted to avoid close contact with them," the Russian woman said.

She summarized that Russian citizens who have long since left the country behave in a more civilized manner than Russians who remain in their homeland.

Earlier, OBOZ.UA wrote that on the beach in Phuket near one of the hotels, a Russian tourist had a lively discussion with himself, scaring other vacationers. The police were involved.

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