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The three-time champion of the Russian Federation, who betrayed Ukraine, was beating up Russians on the streets. He apologized with the words "Glory to Russia". Video

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The athlete also took part in the CSKA Judo Cup dedicated to the 100th anniversary of CSKA

Bogdan Shekhovtsov, a three-time Russian sambo champion and winner of the CSKA Judo Cup, was detained in Taganrog. The 18-year-old athlete is a native of Ukraine, where he moved from in 2014.

The three-time champion of the Russian Federation, who betrayed Ukraine, was beating up Russians on the streets. He apologized with the words ''Glory to Russia''. Video

A criminal case has been opened under the article "Hooliganism" and he faces up to seven years in prison. The issue of bringing him under Article 228 related to drugs is also being considered. The article provides for sanctions in the form of imprisonment for a term of three to ten years.

The three-time champion of the Russian Federation, who betrayed Ukraine, was beating up Russians on the streets. He apologized with the words ''Glory to Russia''. Video

Shekhovtsov allegedly worked for drug shops, for which he extorted money from debtors.

The three-time champion of the Russian Federation, who betrayed Ukraine, was beating up Russians on the streets. He apologized with the words ''Glory to Russia''. Video

Shekhovtsov attacked residents of Rostov-on-Don, throwing them to the asphalt (video 18+ ), breaking their fingers (video 18+ ), hitting them in the head and pouring brilliant green on them. The athlete posted his actions on the RACKOL Telegram channel.

The three-time champion of the Russian Federation, who betrayed Ukraine, was beating up Russians on the streets. He apologized with the words ''Glory to Russia''. Video

In one of his posts, Shekhovtsov was photographed with his arm outstretched against the backdrop of the Kremlin: "Who else is not afraid to take a dump on Red Square?"

The three-time champion of the Russian Federation, who betrayed Ukraine, was beating up Russians on the streets. He apologized with the words ''Glory to Russia''. Video

During his arrest, the suspect, wearing a T-shirt with the words "Time to be strong," apologized on camera, ending his speech with the words "Glory to Russia."

"I am sorry for such acts as propaganda of Nazism, zigging, assaulting people, robbery, arbitrariness and fraud. I used to beat people who threw bookmarks, but I used drugs myself. I apologize for the way I behaved in Russia [he stumbled and wanted to say "in your country"]. In fact, I love this country very much and I am proud of it."

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