The incident took place in the city of Jurka in the Kemerovo region of Russia’s Asian region, near the border with Kazakhstan. A post appeared on social media that showed a mass brawl at local club “Grable” (aka Pitchforks).
The crowd was enraged
At a club where locals were partying, at one point there was an altercation with the uniformed men staying there. Local Telegram channels say Russian soldiers have mobilized.
The video shows the club turning off the music, turning on the lights, and the players leaving in a frenzy. They start attacking the locals with chairs and fists. Most of the restaurant’s guests fled, and some tried unsuccessfully to stop the attackers. Chairs are also thrown at the crowd.
As of now, there is no word on who instigated the fight and how the whole situation ended. Unofficially, the players reportedly began rioting after club staff refused to sell alcohol.
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Mobilization in Russia
On September 21, Vladimir Putin issued a decree on partial mobilization for war with Ukraine and threatened to “use all means” to defend Russia against a threat from the West. According to official reports from the Kremlin, about 300,000 people were sent to arms. Reservations, but according to the independent portal Medusa, the mobilization will cover 1.2 million people.
After Putin’s decision, there were several reports of organizational chaos during the mobilization. The army drafted disabled people and those without military experience. Several cases of drunkenness among the conscripts were reported, and warnings were raised about the appalling accommodation conditions of the deportees and the poor quality of weapons they were issued.
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