Story By: Anastasia Smirnova, Sub Editor: Joseph Golder,Agency: Central European News
Russia’s sexiest cop has reportedly been dismissed after calling President Putin a “tsar” and following opposition leader Alexei Navalny on Instagram.
Russian stunner Tatiana Zima was a sergeant in the mounted police force of the western capital Moscow.
However, the curvy cop has been sacked from her position for supporting Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, 43, and calling President Putin, 67, a “tsar”, according to local media.
Reports said that Zima was told by the security department that she is part of a ‘liberal opposition’ for supporting Navalny on social media and that oppositionists cannot serve the ‘motherland’.
Zima recently caused a stir when she called Vladimir Putin a “tsar” on her Instagram account following the president’s visit to a cavalry battalion in the capital’s Main Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
She wrote: “Today the tsar himself visited our division. Thank you for your visit and congratulating us, Mr. Putin.”
She added: “I hope it won’t turn out to be illegal to joke around in our country.”
Ever since her post, Zima’s bosses were reportedly trying to find an excuse to get rid of the sexy cop.
Zima said: “They were simply trying to find a way to get rid of me. In the end, they did it this way, that I didn’t pass a security test because I followed Navalny on social media and I am an ‘oppositionist’ and can’t work for the state.
“Yes, I do follow him on Instagram, but since when was that illegal?”
Netizens were very supportive of the beautiful ex-cop and believe she has a bright future ahead of her.
‘Qools81’ commented: “You are so beautiful, you will get a much better job!”
‘Alexandrx2’ said: “I think you are very lucky that you no longer work for the system.”
‘OvsyannikovaOlga’ mentioned: “You are such a beautiful and smart woman. Everything will turn out for the best.”
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