The owner of a Russian bar explained the refusal to let a SVO soldier into the establishment

The owner of a Russian bar explained the refusal to let a SVO soldier into the establishment



A SVO participant was not allowed into a bar in Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug due to obscene behavior

The owner of the Avika cafe-bar in Nizhnevartovsk in the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug (KhMAO) named Natalya in a conversation with URA.RU explained why she refused to allow a uniformed participant in a special military operation (SVO) on the territory of Ukraine into her establishment. She claims that the man was intoxicated and behaved inappropriately.

According to the owner of the cafe-bar, the man came to her establishment drunk. The woman indicated that the SVO fighter was stopped by her husband, who is also a participant in the special operation and has been on the front line twice. As Natalya noted, the man was asked to go and change clothes, he behaved incorrectly.

The owner of the establishment emphasized that the rowdy behaved inappropriately already on the threshold. She added that it was “extremely shameful and unpleasant” that such men “walk around and disgrace themselves by their uniform.”



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