Residents of a house in the center of Moscow complained that Masons were singing in their basement, writes Telegram-channel Mash.
As Muscovites said, two and a half years ago, from the basement, they began to hear strange howls that were heard from behind the door with the sign “Translation Bureau”.
Then one of the tenants, paying the contributions of the Association of Homeowners, noticed that the money for that room was being paid by a certain company OVRL LLC, which stands for the United Grand Lodge of Russia.
At first, the tenants offered to solve everything peacefully, asked to refrain from songs. However, the founder of OVRL, Lutheran pastor Ivan Chernyshev, refused to engage in dialogue. Concerned residents wrote applications to the prosecutor’s office, the mayor of Moscow, the Internal Affairs Directorate and the FSB, but this ended in vain.
Earlier, a resident of Moscow complained about restaurants in the area of Patriarch’s Ponds. According to her, after the abolition of QR codes, the alleys and streets closest to the ponds will turn into “practically a brothel.”
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