Now watermelons are in season in Russia and are pretty popular as a street selling food. The shop owners sometimes build such fenced storages right in the middle of the city to lock the fruit in overnight. The mesh fences don't allow the watermelons be stolen. At least this was their purpose. However, as
reported, homeless people have found their way to the sweet fruit: they use a knife to cut pieces of the fruit the exact same size as the squares in the mesh fence, then just pull it out and eat it. This way, watermelons get those red spots all over the storage. Some more pics are inside:
Some dudes today climbed one of the so called "Stalin's Skyscrapers" - tall buildings built during Stalin's reign, and they placed the Ukrainian flag there. They also painted the top part of an already yellow
star on top of the building a blue tone, so that it matched the Ukrainian flag colors. Later, as witnesses report, they jumped with a parachute off the building. See more, and what happened next, inside.
Equipped with three splendid pools and numerous wonderful trifles - this very expensive yacht belonging to a Russian oligarch, Andrey Melnichenko, is so awesome that Caligula himself would die of envy! Though it is named in a rather modest way, "A". The vehicle that sooner resembles a
submarine than a posh liner cost 300 million dollars! This is how much Melnichenko paid for the sailing paradise, whose handles alone are estimated at 40 000 dollars. This would be enough to study for a couple of years at Harvard with the world's best teachers...