“Fuck Poutine” messages were spray-painted in blue on the gates and the perimeter wall.

New anti-Putin inscriptions, as well as the colors of the Ukrainian flag, were drawn overnight from Saturday to Sunday on the exterior of the "Villa Suzanna", an Art Deco property in Anglet, near Biarritz (Pyrenees- Atlantiques) known to belong to the ex-wife of the Russian president and her husband, a Russian businessman.

Anti-Putin tags inscribed on the villa of the Russian president's ex-wife in #Anglet #WarInUkraine #Zelensky #Putin https://t.co/MhTL3KC4HP pic.twitter.com/slYkOmAQvT

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The small, light-colored enclosure wall was covered with a multitude of inscriptions (“fuck”), always painted in blue, and two Ukrainian flags were painted on one of the main entrance gates of the residence. , built facing the ocean, near the dune.

The yellow and blue colors of this flag are also found in other places on the low wall surrounding the property.

A building estimated at several million euros

On Sunday morning, curious people came and went, taking photos, in front of the large building from the 1930s, estimated at several million euros and known to belong to the Russian businessman Arthur Ocheretny and his wife Lyoudmila Poutina, the ex-wife of the Russian President.

They divorced in 2014 after several years of separation.

These tags, which appeared overnight from Saturday to Sunday, are much more conspicuous than the three smaller messages discovered on Saturday written in black marker on the outside of the property: “Glory to Ukraine!

in Ukrainian, an insult in Russian aimed at Putin and a message in French "La mafia de Poutine".

The house, obviously uninhabited, is under construction.

A small construction machine blocks the entrance to the main gate.


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