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9 of October, 13:46

In Egypt the guides beat up the tourists from Russia
In the air Harbor of the famous resort of the metropolis Sharm El Sheikh was a scuffle with the participation of Russian travelers, followers of the tour operator and police. The guide struck a pregnant woman in the stomach when she wanted to return the camera spouse.

The guides of the company "Odeon tours" staged a brawl at the airport of Sharm El Sheikh with travelers from Russia. It is told that the incident occurred on the day of departure: tourists were not delivered on time from the hotel to the airport. The travelers waited in the lobby for about 5 hours, before I came adept firms.

"We climbed in the Internet to see that in this case you need to do, and found a recommendation stating that if the flight is delayed for 4 hours, we have to be fed hot food, and if 6 or more - must provide housing", - quotes LifeNews Alexander Chirkunov. After 5 hours of waiting, he wanted to take a picture badge guide, who came for the travellers on the bus, he forcefully shoved Russian citizen.

"Arriving at the airport the guide told us that parents with children can register separately. At the checkout we were immediately back on the ground and said that children from 2 to 7 years will fly on their parent's lap, although everyone had purchased tickets in advance for a separate place," said Chirkunov. When the traveler tried to capture the event on video, Egyptian guides took the camera and called the police who sided with the countrymen.

Also, the employee of travel Agency has struck the pregnant wife of Alexander in the stomach when she attempted to pick up the camera. Arrived on the scene, the police forced the Russians to remove the video and apologize to the followers of the firms. Travelers want to write a complaint to the Federal service and the Federal tourism Agency.

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