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ROSTOV-ON-DON, March 20. /TASS/. Police in the Russian city of Taganrog are looking for a man who was shown walking a bear on a video posted on social networks, a source in the Interior Ministry’s Rostov Region Branch told TASS.
"A probe has been initiated into a video showing a man allegedly walking a bear," the source said. He added that the police were set to find out how a potentially dangerous animal could have gotten to the city streets without a muzzle.
According to the source, the police have already established the place where the video was made.
The video, posted on social networks on Saturday evening, shows a man walking a small bear in front of a multi-storied residential building. The bear is on a leash but is not wearing a muzzle. The bear can be seen getting up on his hind legs and coming close to the man holding the leash. A few passers-by are watching the man and the bear.