The Lenin District Court of Krasnodar arrested a local resident

, Aleksey Ovchinnikov

, for 15 days for having an anti-war conversation with his wife over lunch in a restaurant, local website reports.

Ovchinnikov was charged with petty hooliganism (Article 20.1 of the Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation), and his wife Alesia was fined 1,000 rubles (US$14.2) according to the same article.

In addition, the woman was charged with "discrediting" the Russian army (Article 20.3.3 of the Administrative Code of the Russian Federation), which will be sent to court later.

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Aleksey and Alesya Ochynnikov were detained on Monday, January 30, in the Krasnodar restaurant "Na drovah".

The owner of the restaurant called the police.

According to the Auchynnikovs, the policemen who arrived put them on the floor in handcuffs and kept them like that for about an hour, after which they were taken to the police station of the Western District.

The policemen told them that the detention was related to anti-war speech.

They were charged with petty hooliganism (Part 1 of Article 20.1 of the Code of Administrative Offenses), after which Alesya Ovchinnikova was released from the police department.

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