Russian police storm brothel then 'drink, beat clients'

Caught by a camera, risk banishment from force, arrest

(ANSA) - Rome, October 6 - A police squad stormed into a brothel in the centre of Moscow but ended up drinking, abusing prostitutes and beating up clients, reported Friday. In an effort to hide evidence of their behaviour, the policemen, led by major Sergei Iurkin, turned off all internal cameras, except for one that they missed which provided highly embarrassing footage of their foray into the brothel, the publication reported.
    The squad has been lambasted by the daily official government paper Rossiyskaya Gazeta which suggested a ban from the police or arrest as an appropriate form of punishment.


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