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Ukraine: FEMEN activist tears up Poroshenko’s candy store for Black Friday *EXPLICIT* 

A FEMEN activist staged a protest in the central Roshen candy store in Kiev on Friday, on the international sales day known as 'Black Friday'.



FEMEN called on the Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, owner of the Roshen confectionary factory, to stop taking advantage of Black Friday's consumer rush and fulfill his pre-election promise to sell his candy company.



The FEMEN activist had the sign 'Black Friday' written on her front and chanted "Black Friday sale Roshen" while throwing candy all over the store. The store's security forcibly removed her from the premises.



Added: Nov-24-2017 
By: Ruptly
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Tags: FEMEN, FEMEN activism, Black Friday protest, Poroshenko protest
Location: Kiev, Kyiv, Ukraine (load item map)
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