Eccentric Bulgaria Party Head Tries Seppuku over Turkish Language News

Society | December 3, 2009, Thursday // 19:49| Views: | Comments: 4
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Bulgaria: Eccentric Bulgaria Party Head Tries Seppuku over Turkish Language News Rosen Markov attempted a seppuku as visible from the blood stain on his shirt but was saved but the policemen. Photo by Bulphoto

Rosen Markov, the eccentric head of the marginal Party of Bulgarian Men, attempted a seppuku Thursday before the building of the Bulgarian Parliament.

Markov tried a harakiri in protest against the broadcasting of Turkish-language news emissions on the Bulgarian National Television channel BNT 1.

He was saved by police officers who showed up from among the crowd observing the eccentric man who has been campaigning against the Turkish language news for some time. The policemen used electroshock in order to neutralize Markov.

On November 10, 2009, Markov set himself on fire before the National TV building in protest, and was again saved by the policemen on duty.

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#4
DrFaust - 4 Dec 2009 // 09:54:27

Two times too dumb to do it right - or just another pathetic loser who tries to be famous for five minutes.

#3
FIGMENT - 4 Dec 2009 // 00:54:21

Now here is a real Bulgarian MENSCH!

I would be demonstrating against the Turkish broadcasts, too. Turkish got too cozy and comfortable in Bulgaria. Razpishtoliha se and don't want to go back home to Diarbekir.

#2
dzingis - 4 Dec 2009 // 00:05:54

Serial suicider heh

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