A big inflatable duck has been arrested in St Petersburg
The New Statesman reports that ducks were adopted as a symbol by oppositionists and their allies after an anti-corruption investigation into Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev’s wealth.
It symbolizes PM Medvedev's reported opulence & acceptance of political gifts. The reports also mentioned a duck house on his estate.
— Brian Clegg (@briclegg) June 12, 2017
a rubber duck was arrested in st petersburg
p.s. a rubber duck is a symbol of anti-putin movement pic.twitter.com/hCMJg0W49m
— Pussy Riot (@pussyrrriot) June 12, 2017
This I didn't know. Hot damn, from now on every bath time can be a protest against Putin. Me n rubber duck.
— VeganLaptopLunchboxⓋ (@VeganNeil) June 12, 2017
It’s certainly a step up from the time Chewbacca was handcuffed and detained after supporting Darth Vader’s bid to be elected as Mayor of Odessa.
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