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Another raid of the Stop-Kham civic movement against the impudence on roads and for the observance of traffic rules, ended in a mass brawl at the Yevropeisky (European) shopping mall. The movement activists’ conversation with a lady who parked her luxury Lexus car in violation of traffic rules turned into a major scandal. It is very clear from a video posted on the Internet that the indignant woman wearing dark glasses loudly tells the cameraman:
“God forbid this video appears on YouTube, I swear I’ll catch you anywhere and root up your legs. You’ll be creeping on two hands. Got it?”
After that the woman calls for backup on the mobile phone. Several young guys of Caucasian appearance come to the scene and put up a fight.
Bloggers who studied the video supposed that the youngest participant in the brawl who drove up in a Porsche Cayenne car, is Islam Mingaev, 21, the son of the Deputy Plenipotentiary Representative of the Chechen Republic under the President of Russia, Tamerlan Mingaev, and the woman who refused to park her car according to the traffic rules – Madina Mingaeva, the wife of the same official. It is known that Islam Mingaev is a student at MGIMO University and is also president of the university’s Chechen club.