The arrest and the jailing of Russian opposition chief Alexei Navalny has sparked unprecedented road protests in Russia. With the Kremlin decided to crack down, police have been focusing on opposition activists throughout the nation, as far-off as Vladivostok, 4,000 miles east of the capital.
A web-based video reveals Vladivostok protester Gennady Shulga in a headlock over his canine’s meals bowl as Russian police interrogate him in his house. The BBC travelled to satisfy Shulga, who mentioned he believes the video was leaked to ‘present folks what the authorities can do’.
Reporter: Steve Rosenberg
Producer: Will Vernon
Digicam: Anton Chicherov