Russian President Vladimir Putin is expected in Volgograd (formerly Stalingrad) on the occasion of the 80th anniversary of the Soviet victory over the Nazi-fascists that changed the course of the Second World War. According to the hypothesis of a journalist from the Kremlin pool, Putin could stay there for as many as 5 days, something he has never done.
However, the visit of the Russian president and the celebrations risk being overwhelmed by a scandal. An enormous quantity of bread, in packaged loaves, was found in a local landfill, suitable for consumption and not out of date. Thanks to the labelling, it was possible to trace and identify the producer, a local company.
The wrath of the local population broke out: in order not to give free to the needy and in order not to lower the price, the bakery preferred to throw the bread in the landfill.
Lapidary the comment in a social network of a local resident: “Stalin would have had the manager of the bakery shot for something like this!”