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artist who fried eggs and hotdogs on flame of World War II monument Facing five years in jail




An artist who fried eggs and hotdogs over a flame on a World War II monument is facing up to five years in jail.

Anna Sin’kova, 20, grilled the food in Kiev’s Park of Glory, in the Ukraine which marks the Soviet victory over Nazi Germany. In footage posted on YouTube a young woman can be seen cooking the eggs in a frying pan.

The footage led to an outpouring of anger and Ukrainian authorities had Ms Sin'kova arrested. She has been charged with desecrating a grave and has been refused bail by the Kiev court of appeals.

In the footage three young people can be seen frying six eggs in a pan and holding three sausages on skewers over the orange flame which emerges from the tomb to an unknown soldier.

Ms Sin’kova – leader of the Ukrainian art group Brotherhood of St Europe - can also apparently be seen explain what she is doing to nearby police officers.


Added: Jun-24-2011 Occurred On: Dec-16-2010
By: Dodli
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Tags: fry, eggs, hotdog, flame, wwii, world war, monument, face, jail
Location: Kiev, Kyyivs'ka Oblast', Ukraine (load item map)
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