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6 A Man and His Full Metal Room

A Man and His Full Metal Room

Posted on April 2, 2014 by tim


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After the recent events in Ukraine, some things have changed ownership. We have posted the house of Ukrainian president Yanukovich who had a two pound solid gold medal with his face on it and the house of his prosecutor general who was painted dressed as a Roman emperor in the picture found in his house. Now here is a ex-chief of the tax collection service of Ukraine, Alexander Klimenko. It has been reported that this tax collection service was founded by Yanukovich two years ago. Presumably its main purpose was to improve tax collection across the country. They say that there were more than two hundred companies in Ukraine used for tax laundering, with the gross volume of transactions amounting to 200 billion in local currency. He was probably in charge of finding and closing all of these businesses, however he has fled the country too, and now photos of his office have been published.

 

 

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One journalist has posted the fact that Alexander has ordered himself a crocodile leather arm chair for his office, which is said to be worth approximately 70,000 EUR or roughly $100,000, alone.

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Then, in the backyard of his office, he ordered a private Orthodox church to be built for him and his co-workers. They think he built it to get an indulgence for his deeds.  

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6 Responses to “A Man and His Full Metal Room”

  1. Dr Blaise says:

    Good riddance to bad rubbish!

  2. Osip says:

    Anyone with such stupid facial hair is certainly criminal.

  3. Chico says:

    Bit paranoia perhaps ?

  4. petrohof says:

    greed and corruption will never go away in some places, it is a normal part of life

  5. George says:

    Doesn’t look “solid”, but just stainless steel. Look at the screws.

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