In the village of Khamontovo, Volkhov district, Leningrad region, police checked the yellow-blue-green roof of the hayloft of local farmer Igor Terentyev. According to 47news, a denunciation to law enforcement agencies, to which photographic evidence was attached, could be issued by a resident of a neighboring village.
According to the publication, the FSB was also interested in the slander. After that, an employee of the administration of the Volkhov district visited the farmer and asked him if the coloring of the awning was an anti-government statement.
According to him, "the man turned out to be completely normal." The farmer explained to the administration official that the color of the awning was originally just yellow. However, some time ago, the tissue had ruptured, and he covered the damaged area with a piece of blue cloth, which he also had.
“By the way, he said a sensible thing - our president says that we are not at war with the Ukrainians, but with their government. So what's with the flag? Alexei Britsun, head of the local administration, told 47news.
Terentiev himself noted that the police understood that they were engaged in "absurdity", but "kindly" asked "to come up with something by May 9." He also suggested that some "dacha resident who came from the city" wrote a denunciation against him. Since Terentyev did not have money for a new tent, he and the men decided to swap the yellow and green elements of the tent roof.
Since the beginning of the war, "vigilant" Russians have been actively looking for combinations of yellow and blue in the environment. So, for example, a month ago a woman from the city of Chebarkul, Chelyabinsk region, complained about a fence of such a color. On May 2, it was reported that in Moscow, a resident of the Akademichesky district reported to the police on duty about the discovery of a “painted in the colors of the Ukrainian flag” dove, which allegedly carried a mine-petal with a large “U” in its paws.