06 August 2022, 08:27
Muscovite apologizes for filming Chechen with weapons on the beach
A video clip with obscene comments, in which a resident of Chechnya is walking along a Moscow beach with weapons, was followed by the author's apology to the hero of his clip. The Muscovite has admitted that he was "guilty" about the Chechen people and promised that this would not happen again.
The video, in which a resident of Chechnya named Yusup is on a Moscow beach in Strogino in clothes and with weapons, was posted on August 5 by the "Baza" Telegram channel. It follows from the record that the author of the video, who was riding along the beach on a bicycle, paid attention to a man dressed in all black and called him a ranger, using obscene language. Having approached the young man, the Muscovite asked where he had come from. The young man said that he was from Grozny. "Do they all walk the streets like that, or are you a soldier?" asked the author of the video. "No," the resident of Chechnya shook his head. "But you just go to the beach in Strogino with a pistol to take a walk, right? (...) This Chechen is real; he walk along the beach with a firearm," the author of the video says, chuckling. He ended his story with the phrase "Akhmat is strength?" "Yes," the Chechen resident replied, after which they introduced themselves to each other, shook hands and parted peacefully.
On the same day, a second video was posted on the "Baza" Telegram channel, in which the author of the first clip apologizes. "Yesterday, I filmed a video about the Chechen people; and I was wrong. I was filming and did not even understand what I was doing," the man said. "What was the aim of filming?" asked his voice-over. "Purely to make fun," the man replied. "Did you think I wouldn't find you?" asked the voice-over. "Yes," the man replied, promising that this would not happen again.
This article was originally published on the Russian page of 24/7 Internet agency ‘Caucasian Knot’ on August 5, 2022 at 09:40 pm MSK. To access the full text of the article, click here.
Author: The Caucasian Knot