April 15, 2021, 05.13 PM
The Russian flag logo on the uniform of the Russian warship crew at Tanjung Priok Port, North Jakarta, Monday, April 30, 2018. KOMPAS.com/GARRY ANDREW LOTULUNGThe Russian flag logo on the uniform of the Russian warship crew at Tanjung Priok Port, North Jakarta, Monday, April 30, 2018.

JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com - A 34-year-old man identified by the initial GO, who allegedly suffers from a mental disorder, was detained by security officers after trying to force entry into the Russian Embassy in Jakarta on Thursday, April 15. 

"He allegedly suffers from a mental disorder, but the case is still under further investigation,” said Police Commissioner Astoto Budi R, the Head of the Setiabudi Police Criminal Investigation Unit. 

Astoto said that GO forced his way into the Russian Embassy and asked for plane tickets to Russia.

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"He is obsessed with going to Russia," Astoto added.

GO had been recognized by the security officers after coming to the embassy twice. 

"He was brought to the Setiabudi Police Sub-precinct," said Astoto.

The arrest went viral on social media, describing the man in a black jacket, trousers, and  carrying a bag - as an intruder. He was then detained by two security officers at the embassy. 

(Writer: Wahyu Adityo Prodjo | Editor: Sandro Gatra)

Source: https://megapolitan.kompas.com/read/2021/04/15/12280851/viral-pria-ditahan-di-kedutaan-besar-rusia-polisi-duga-alami-gangguan



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