The Central District Court of Tyumen dismissed the case of “discrediting” the army against local resident Alena K. for writing “NO B *** E” on the pavement with chalk, reports the Telegram channel “Tyumen is a rich region!”. In September, a protocol was drawn up against a girl who painted on asphalt under Part 1 of Art. 20.3.3 of the Code of Administrative Offenses (fine from 30 to 50 thousand rubles), and the blue chalk was confiscated.
The police insisted that the reconstructed inscription looked like "NO WAR", but the girl convinced the court that she meant "NO VOBLES" because she "feels hostility to this type of fish."
The court considered the defendant's guilt unproven, dismissed the case and ordered the return of the seized crayon.
At the end of July, a Moscow court fined a local resident 30,000 rubles under an article about “discrediting” the army for writing “No to war” on a bench. The pink marker with which she made the inscription was confiscated by the court.