Day 6

Kremlin critic's car topped with wooden penis

Moscow-based Katya Romanovskaya is the co-creator of a popular satire twitter account, @KermlinRussia, where she mocks the Russian President and other top politicians. It's not uncommon for Kremlin critics to be threatened or harassed, but last week Katya was targeted in an unusual way. She woke up to find an enormous, carved wooden phallus chained to the top of her car. Brent spoke to her about...

Moscow-based Katya Romanovskaya is the co-creator of a popular satire twitter account, @KermlinRussia, where she mocks the Russian President and other top politicians. It's not uncommon for Kremlin critics to be threatened or harassed, but last week Katya was targeted in an unusual way. She woke up to find an enormous, carved wooden phallus chained to the top of her car. Brent spoke to her about the incident, her social media presence and The Winter Olympics.

A warning: these pictures of Katya's new phallic decoration may not be safe for work. 

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