In Yalta, many graffiti depicting Russian President Vladimir Putin, which began to appear on walls of the local buildings, were “upgraded” by some unknown “artists”. Now Putin looks like Adolf Hitler. Municipal utility services hastily repaint the spoiled portraits, Krymr.
On Friday, September 11, some inscriptions appeared on Putin's portrait under the bridge at the entrance to Yalta: "Prices are rising, Putin’s moremover" and "Crimea is not ours, but mine." In addition, someone drew the mustache, similar to Adolf Hitler’s famous moustache. And also a swastika appeared on his nose.
Yalta municipal utility services promptly responded to the incident, and from 10 am the workers painted the portraits of Putin with a gray paint.
This is not the first time that the portraits of Putin in Crimea become "reconstructed". Someone spilled paint to a portrait of Putin on the facade of the house in Simferopol. And one of the billboards with the image of Russian President was poured with black paint in Kerch.