Police seized a painting of Russia’s president and prime minister in women’s underwear from a gallery in St Petersburg, saying the satirical display had broken unspecified laws.
The painting showed President Vladimir Putin wearing a tight-fitting slip and brushing the hair of Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, who is wearing knickers and a bra.
In other news, apparently Medvedev stuffs.
And this probably wasn’t intended as a punchline:
Russia does have a law against insulting authorities — an offence that carries a maximum one-year prison term.
Fortunately, we don’t have anything like that. Yet.
(Via Daily Pundit.)