– Russian activists pushed a car off the cliff because thought it was parked improperly
– Activists came from a movement called StopHam (translates as “Stop a douchebag”)
– It’s not the first time they spoil someone else's property, covering its activities as fight for the right cause
StopHam is Russian social movement found in 2010 in Moscow that opposes traffic rules violations and arrogance on the road. Activists of the movement print their trademark stickers “I don’t care, I park where I want”.
Today morning activists of StopHam pushed a car they thought was parked improperly off the cliff. The incident happened in the city of Chelyabinsk, as the local news-site Ura.ru reports.
Here's a post on Russian social network VKontakte, that describes the whole situation.
“Here is a good morning at Trashutina, 47. The owner is shocked. He came to visit his friend and saw this in the morning. The car got a sticker on its windshield ‘I don’t care; I park wherever I want’ and one more note. He says he had parked the car on pavement. Obviously, he’s not right, but what morons they are to push a vehicle off the cliff?”
Witnesses say the owner called the police and wrote a statement. Some locals also claim the vehicle really prevented other car from driving through the street. Despite that, people called such actions of StopHam a “mayhem”.