Check out some funny (and not so much) news from Ukrainian regions on quarantine that occurred over the past week due to coronavirus.
In Izmail city, a woman did manicure and haircut in a hairdressing salon, after which she informed police that the salon violates the quarantine regime.
Izmail City District Court of the Odesa region fined a hairdresser for 630 dollars.
A report on violation of quarantine came from a grateful client who had received a full range of services there before.
The woman reported this because she asked to cut her hair ends by 3 centimeters, and not by 7.
In Boyarka town, a woman with a child on her shoulders collapsed from a 3-meter fountain.
Spoiler: The fountain collapsed too.
The risky mother climbed the first tier of the fountain, then on the second, where she took a photo. During the descent, the construction of the fountain collapsed along with mother and the child. The record shows how the child runs away in hysterics after the fall.
In Odesa, a drunk man with a gun and knife tried to get on a sunken DELFI tanker.
At first the rescuers stopped the violator, who was trying to get into the tanker, but he behaved weirdly and threatened them.
Police seized a traumatic weapon and knife from a detainee.
A resident of Vinnytsia region found an old Rus spear of the X-XII century and stuck pigs with it.
Vinnytsia Local History Museum keeps a spearhead of the X-XII century, which until recently served as a tool for killing pigs.
Biology teacher in Kharkiv region teaches biology to children, reading rap.
And how do you like it, the New Ukrainian School?
Funeral of the tourist season was held in Ternopil.
The opening of the tourist season was celebrated in Ternopil every year on the first Saturday of May, but this year the celebration was canceled due to the coronavirus epidemic.
In previous years, the city recorded an increase in tourists by 20% annually. This year the situation is different. According to Ternopil residents, the tourism in the region is dead. This can lead to an increase in unemployment and a decrease in budget revenues.
Pink flamingos came to Mykolaiv region for the first time.