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MOSCOW, August 4 (Itar-Tass) - The American Bloodhound Gang punk group have left Russia, a source at the Russian Federal Migration Service told Itar-Tass on Saturday. The group was supposed to participate in the Kubana-2013 music festival in Anapa, the Krasnodar territory. However, its concert was cancelled after it became known that one of the musicians, bass guitarist Evil Jared Hasselhoff, had desecrated the Russian national flag at a concert in Odessa.
“The Federal Migration Service had to cut short their stay in Russia for the violation of Rsusian legislation. The musicians have left Russia by now,” the Federal Migration Service source said.
The source did not specify which flight the musicians had taken. However, a source at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo airport said that it was not a direct flight to the United States.