In Lviv, a woman was tried who, in 2017, during the visit of the fifth president of Ukraine, Petro Poroshenko, bit a policeman.

This is stated in the verdict of the Halych District Court of Lviv, which was promulgated on November 27, 2023.

According to the court, on July 14, 2017, during a visit to Lviv by the then President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko, the woman bit a policeman who did not allow her to enter the motorcade.

At the trial, the woman pleaded not guilty. She said that she tried to break into the president's motorcade on Teatralna Street in Lviv to hand over "important documents" to the president, but the cops stopped her. She complained that after that the woman was detained and "chained to a pipe" in the premises of the Halych District Police Department of the city of Lviv.

The law enforcement officer said that he received instructions from his supervisor to detain a woman who was breaking into the president's motorcade and then trying to break into one of the restaurants where the then Ukrainian leader was staying. During the arrest, the woman bit a policeman.

Testimony in court / Photo: Unified State Register of Court Decisions

The court found the woman guilty. 345 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine and sentenced to 1 year in prison. However, the court released the convict due to the expiration of the statute of limitations.

Recall that in Lviv, a woman was naked at the police station.