“The video shows the fight only out of the corner of the eye. I suppose there may be Art. 116 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation ("Beatings"), if beatings or other injuries were inflicted, which entailed physical pain, but did not entail minor harm to health. It also implies a hooligan, groundless motive. If this is established, then there will be grounds for initiating a criminal case on the grounds of Art. 116 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation ("Beating") at the place of the commission of the act. The maximum punishment under this article is up to two years in prison. This is a crime of small gravity: here it is possible to terminate due to the reconciliation of the parties, ”Sport24 quotes Bushmanova.
Shirokov beat referee Nikita Danchenkov during a match of amateur teams. The ex-footballer hit the referee on the lawn with a blow to the face, and then began to finish.
Earlier, the organizer of the tournament of amateur teams announced a desire to bring Shirokov to justice for beating the judge.