Russian pensioners call Putin to ban selling Louis Vuitton in Russia

Source : 112 Ukraine

The women revealingly burned the Louis Vuitton logos printed on the leaflets
15:20, 7 August 2021

"Putin's Detachments," NGO that calls itself Russian pensioners, called on Russian President Vladimir Putin to ban the sale of Louis Vuitton brand products in Russia. The women posted the corresponding video on their YouTube channel.

“We ask to ban the sale of this brand, Louis Vuitton, in Russia. These are women's bags. This brand collaborated with the Nazis during the war. And, as it was known, they did it from the skin of people,” the activist says.

The woman added that the products of this brand are also unjustifiably expensive and therefore not needed by the Russian market.

At the end of the video, the old women revealingly burned the Louis Vuitton logos printed on the leaflets. At the same time, they shouted "Shame!", "Strongly against!" and "Remove from sale!"

As reported before, A pensioner in Germany has been convicted of illegal weapons possession after he was found to own an extensive personal arsenal including a tank. The defendant, 84, has been handed a suspended prison sentence of 14 months and has been ordered to pay a fine of €250,000.

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