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ST.PETERSBURG, October 13. /TASS/. Lead singer of the British group The Prodigy Keith Flint has left St.Petersburg together with musicians, the PMI corporation which organized the concert in St.Petersburg told TASS on Tuesday. It also refuted reports that the British national had to stay in St.Petersburg because of losing his passport.
"He has left, everything is OK," the company’s spokesman said refraining from commenting more on the issue.
Earlier reports said that Keith Flint had lost his passport and could not pass the external border control for the flight to London. A TASS source said that after the musician was unable to leave St.Petersburg, he was handed over to representatives of the British Consulate General.
The Prodigy band presented its new album, The day is My Enemy, at the concert in St. Petersburg’s Ice Palace. The musicians shared their impressions about their trip to Russia on their Twitter: "Russia, thanks for havin us , we luv y'all ! Big respect.".