Two Bulgarian Women Vandalized Three Museums in Athens, Greece

Two women of Roma origin with Bulgarian passports were detained for vandal actions in three museums in Athens, a Nova TV correspondent reported. They were caught after one of the security guards recognized them.

The women have sprinkled the exhibits in the museums with baby oil and holy water and told the Greek authorities that they were doing this because in the Bible is said it is a miracle.

They are expected to face charges today. Meanwhile, the situation in Thessaloniki has calmed down after yesterday, when more than 15,000 people protested against government policy in the social sphere and mainly against the agreement signed in June between Athens and Skopje.

Petya Petrova

Petya Petrova is a journalist, believer, and traveler.

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