Russian citizen Lina Rykhtikova told about the disappearance of her son Alexander after beating by police in Prague, REN TV reports.
According to her, the young man, who lives in the Czech capital, has not been in touch with her since Thursday, October 28. Prior to that, he received threats due to a complaint against a law enforcement officer who beat him.
The young man went to Prague to study media, she is studying in the Czech Republic for the second year. The Russian went to a cafe to prepare for the session, using Wi-Fi facilities. The guest ordered only coffee, but the waitress tried to kick him out, saying that he could stay only if he bought something else.
The student promised to place an order a little later, but after a while a policeman approached him. When he learned that the guest was from Russia, he began to behave aggressively. “He became rude to him, changed his attitude dramatically … It is not accepted to be rude there at all,” Rykhtikova explained. A fight broke out.
The mother added that a law enforcement officer called for an outfit, and the policeman seriously injured his son. The Russian turned to the local ombudsman and disappeared a few days later.
Earlier, a Russian tourist who went on vacation to Alanya, was severely beaten by unknown passers-by.