Head of Department of monitoring advertising and unfair competition regional FAS Tatiana Sobolevskaya stated that the inspection will be a poster with a picture of one of the participants of the Ukrainian pop group Quest Pistols, tattoo which resembles a swastika.
The posters advertising the concert Quest Pistols appeared in Chelyabinsk on billboards, in addition placed them, According to the organizer of the tour, one of the local restaurants. The photo shows that one of the band members has a tattoo resembling a swastika.
"Symbol, which is posted on the tattoo party Ukrainian band Quest Pistols, similar to Nazi symbols. This case falls under the publication Of a public demonstration of Nazi symbols ", - transfers words Sobolevskaya " information Agency ". The story is About photos of Nikita Goroka, besides complaints about his tattoo began to flow from Chelyabinsk in June. Local magazine Telefakt argued that the indignant residents of Chelyabinsk brought to the editor advertising Posters with a scandalous photo and pointed out the similarity swastika tattoos. A member of the independent expert group Chelyabinsk Traveler Konstantin sure that this tattoo is the challenge of public taste and the demonstration of their ideological views and spirituality, because the person dealing with skin similar picture, knew its meaning. At the same time the Chief of Department of supervision of trading UFAS of Russia in the Chelyabinsk region Tatyana Sobolevskaya in response to request revision Telefakt promised to "take appropriate measures" within the law "About advertising" - for example, to set the person who placed the advertisement, and to take the steps in Accordance with the Antimonopoly response. At the same time Sobolevskaya clarified that a legal person for such violation is threatened with the penalty from 100 thousand to half a million rubles, physical – to 2, 5 thousand Rubles, officials have the opportunity to be punished to the amount of from 4 to 20 thousand Rubles. Now she claims that the test results can be prosecuted under the criminal code. VIDEO