"Not Russia here": In Vilnius, a Russian woman was put in her place on a bus by playing "tag" with her
A video has been circulated in Russian media showing young men taking a woman's phone and throwing it to each other while the owner tried to retrieve it. According to propagandists, the situation took place in Vilnius, Lithuania, involving a Russian woman and local residents in the scandal.
It is unclear when the video was filmed, but it contains a "greeting" for the New Year. The reason for the conflict remains unknown. In the video, the guys can be heard trying to explain to the passenger that she is not at home. Angry Russians have already referred to the Lithuanians as "Nazis."
The video starts with the woman's frantic screams on the bus, demanding the return of her phone. In response, the passengers told her: "This isn't Russia, f*ck it."
Warning: The video contains foul language!
Notably, other people calmly watched the guys throw the gadget at each other, and the video's author wrote: "Only in Vilnius," adding hearts.
While the Russian woman shouted that Lithuanians were "bastards," they continued to throw the phone, resembling a children's playground game where one participant tried to take the ball away from others.
In the end, the woman finally got her phone back, and the Lithuanians advised her to "f*** off" from them. This scene caused hysteria in Russian Telegram channels, where they still haven't realized that their people are despised in civilized countries.
"New Year's Nazism from Vilnius. The passenger tried to return her gadget, but the animals continued to mock her," "Fascists," "Bastards," "Creatures," the offended Russians raged.