In Kaliningrad, St. Mussorgsky, in the yard of the administrative building there was a plate stating that the fence is permitted to Park only to persons with non-traditional sexual orientation, writes the Unity.info.
It is noteworthy that after the appearance of the signs the place was empty almost immediately. But only in the daytime. In the evening, when the plate is not visible, people put their cars near the fence.
According to the owner of the garage nearby, just a sign hung motorists who interfere with other people’s machines to check out and call.
“And maybe it’s a sign of hospitality and tolerance, — he said. — Kaliningrad is a European city, and in Europe it is customary to protect the rights of lesbian orientation.”