They threw the Russians out of the bus. The passengers released the brakes. “Get out”[WIDEO]

Russians thrown from the bus in Georgia. “Occupants”

The beginning of the conflict between the Russians and Georgians traveling by bus has not been recorded. One of the passengers who captured the moment in the film mentioned from behind the camera that passengers were shouting “Glory to Russia”.

In response, the Georgians advised them to “shut up” and “return to their Russia”.

“If you don’t like it, what are you doing in Georgia? Get out to Russia” – shout the others.

The driver intervened and ordered the Russians to get out.

The passengers shouted as one of the Russians turned and gave the Georgians his middle finger.

Some point out that the Russian-speaking tourists could actually come from … Kazakhstan. However, according to the testimonies of the world, they were Putin’s supporters, shouting out pro-Russian slogans during the trip.

We remind you that a few days ago a similar case took place in Tbilisi, when a Georgian taxi driver pulled Russian tourists out of his car, who asked him to stop Ukrainian music he was listening to.

In turn, in the Georgian city of Rustavi, there was a lawsuit against a taxi driver who threw two Russian tourists from his car.

Source: NEXTA, bulgaria.postsen.com

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