17 January 2022, 22:37
Telegram posts a video with details of conflict between a Dagestani and a Moscow bus driver
A native of Dagestan demanded from a driver to stop a bus in a wrong place and began to insult the driver, who responded in the same way, using foul language. After that, the young man entered into a dispute with bus passengers, reports a video made from a cab of the bus driver and released today on the Internet.
The “Caucasian Knot” has reported that on January 16, a video was posted on the Internet in which a native of Dagestan, emphasizing his nationality, showered insults and obscene words on bus passengers in Moscow. Today, the young man has apologized for his words in a short video.
Today, the Telegram channel “Newsach/Dvach” has released a video of the conflict with the Dagestani man, made from the cab of the bus driver. The video shows the young man approaching the driver’s cab and beginning to knock on the glass, urging the driver to stop. “There will be a stop soon,” the driver calmly replies.
However, the young man continued to express his indignation and demand a stop, comparing the driver with an animal.
According to another video made by one of the passengers, when the passenger moved away from the driver’s cab, he continued to insult the driver using foul language. One of the passengers asked the young man “not to use bad words.” “I behave as I see fit. One should behave this way with you,” the native of Dagestan answers. “With whom, with us?” the elderly man is interested. “With you, with the Russians,” the native of Dagestan says in response.
One of the female passengers joined the conflict. “Why are you behaving like this?” she asked. “How am I behaving? I’m at home, I’m a citizen of Russia. A normal Russian would stop the bus, but he’s a Nazi!” shouts the Dagestani man. “He will be fined if he stops the bud in a wrong place,” the woman explains to the passenger. “And you are a Nazi too. The time will come when we will beat you.” The people ask: “Whom do you mean under ‘we’?” “We are, the Dagestanis,” the young man explains.
This article was originally published on the Russian page of 24/7 Internet agency ‘Caucasian Knot’ on January 17, 2022 at 03:45 pm MSK. To access the full text of the article, click here.
Author: The Caucasian Knot