The Russian Olympic champion hysterically accused Putin of Russia being "mocked by the whole planet," but called the West residents bastards himself
Four-time Olympic biathlon gold medalist Alexander Tikhonov is simply furious about the arrest of a Russian hockey player in Poland, Maxim S., suspected of espionage. He suddenly called on to appeal to the dictator Vladimir Putin, who has allowed a situation where "the whole planet is mocking us".
Tikhonov said this in a commentary for Metaratings.ru. He urged the leader of the terrorist state to "flatten Warsaw together with Berlin to respect Russia" and accused Putin of cowardice.
"The question of why we can be bullied by Poles and others should be asked to the president of Russia. Ask why we are being humiliated by Poles and other bastards. I would have bulldozed Warsaw along with Berlin to respect Russia a long time ago. We are mocked by the whole planet, because no decisions are made. Where are we, what? Why did this happen? Why did the guys go there? I would have decided differently, to be respected," Tikhonov was indignant.
Earlier, two-time Olympic champion Svetlana Zhurova called the arrest of a Russian hockey player in Poland for espionage "an attempt to demonize the image of an athlete" from Russia. It is known that Maksim S. has become the 14th detained Russian, who is accused by Ukraine's allies of participating in an organized criminal group and working for foreign intelligence.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL, two-time Olympic champion Alexander Kozhevnikov called Poles bastards after Ukraine's allies arrested a Russian hockey spy.