How Russians REALLY think about Putin: Prankster hangs a portrait of the president of the country in an elevator and secretly records the hilarious reactions of people
- Bashir Dokhov attached a portrait of Putin to the elevator in a residential building in Moscow
- Shocked residents explained the photo “b ****** t” with many seekers behind it
- Putin has an approval rate of 69 percent in Russia, but is less popular in Moscow
Russians were fooled to show what they really think of Vladimir Putin by a blogger who installed a camera and a photo of the strong man of the Kremlin in an elevator.
Bashir Dokhov attached the portrait to the wall of an elevator in a residential building in Moscow and recorded the shocked reactions of people as they entered the elevator.
Despite Putin’s official 69 percent approval rating, many of their comments were less than loyal to Muscovites who declared the image “horrible,” “insane,” and “b ****** t.”
The joker shared the images online, but says he is not worried that the Russian authorities will follow him.
Blogger Bashir Dokhov confirms a large portrait of Russian President Vladimir Putin on the wall of an elevator in a residential building in Moscow
Dokhov installs a camera in the elevator, which he ran for three hours to record the reaction of residents of Moscow when they saw the picture of the strong man of the Kremlin
Dokhov ran the camera for three hours while a series of Muscovites entered the building.
An older man exclaimed “what the f ***” as he entered the elevator before feeling behind the portrait and said, “They’ve gone crazy.”
Another man made a mocking sound when he saw the image and shouted, “What a comedy.”
Two women who entered the elevator looked amused by the photo, one who shouted ‘what the f ***’, while a younger woman seemed more concerned with them.
Another pair of women couldn’t stop laughing when they saw the portrait and offered Putin a mocking ‘good evening’.
After initially proclaiming ‘what the f ***’, one of the women covered her mouth and said ‘it can’t be said’ as if she realized she would not publicly denounce Putin.
Nonetheless, she leaned in front of the photo in a sham tribute after they reached the right floor, while her friend took a photo from outside the elevator.
“This is terrible,” said one of the women.
These women couldn’t stop laughing after seeing the portrait of Putin, with one of them offering the Russian president a mocking “good evening”
Two women who entered the elevator looked amused by the photo, one who shouted ‘what the f ***’, while a younger woman with them looked more worried
This man was one of many to look behind Putin’s portrait after he entered the elevator and said, “They’ve gone crazy”
The last occupant in the video was a man who silently entered the elevator before shaking his head and muttering ‘f ***, this is b ****** t when he left the elevator
An elderly woman who entered the elevator with a dog asked, “Who put it there?” before adding, “What a nightmare.”
Another woman was one of many who looked behind the portrait as if she were looking for something hidden there and said, “Are you kidding?” Is this real now? “.
The last occupant in the video was a man who did a similar search in silence before he shook his head and muttered “f ***, this is b ****** t” when he left the elevator.
Asked if he would be arrested for the video, the joker said: “No one called from the public prosecutor or the investigating committee.
“I don’t really believe I will have any problems.”
When asked about the Russian view of Putin, he said: ‘Especially negative, worse than a year ago. And (now) with aggression. The reactions in my video show it pretty well. “
He explained his personal opinion about Putin and said, “Negatively too.”
Putin has ruled Russia as president or prime minister since 2000 and won nearly 77 percent of the votes in his most recent election victory in 2018.
However, his support is less strong in Moscow, where voters suffered a heavy defeat to his party United Russia last year in local elections.