Russian Police Chief Who Owned A Pure Gold Toilet At Home, Got Fired For Corruption

Russian Police Chief Who Owned A Pure Gold Toilet At Home, Got Fired For Corruption

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A Russian police officer has been arrest for corruption, reveals one of his hidden treasures at home in the shape of a toilet, according to Moscow Times’ reports.

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It was a huge case involving 36 personnel with 45-year-old police colonel Alexey Safonov as the ringleader. The statement reads that Safonov and six of his subordinates received bribes which summed up to 19 million rubles or $255,000 for years.

The cherry on top was finding the proof of his dirty money in the shape of a gold toilet in his residence in southern Russia’s Stavropol region.

Pro-Kremlin United Russia party lawmaker Alexander Khinshtein later shared pictures of the corruptor’s home interior, dubbing a ‘real mafia’ at work.

Alexander Khinshtein / Telegram
Alexander Khinshtein / Telegram
Alexander Khinshtein / Telegram

The man is facing up to 15 years of jail time and a minimum of 8.

Alexander Khinshtein / Telegram