There was a video of a parachute jump from the 48th floor of a skyscraper on Leninsky Prospekt, filmed in the first person. It was published on September 27 by the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in Moscow.
On September 23, the police began an investigation after posting videos on the Web of several paratroopers who jumped from a high-rise building and landed on the roadway. Cases of petty hooliganism were opened against the violators. As residents of nearby houses said, this is not the first time such a thing has been arranged on the roof, but no measures have been taken.
On September 27, the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs reported that officers of the Criminal Investigation Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia in the Obruchevsky district detained three men who had made a parachute jump from a multi-storey building.
It was established that the offenders drove in a private car to the closed underground parking of the house on Leninsky Prospekt, took an elevator to the 48th floor and jumped from there with a parachute. Having landed on the lawn, they gathered their gear and disappeared.
During the operational search activities, two men were detained: a 33-year-old Muscovite and a 29-year-old visitor. In relation to citizens, they drew up protocols on an administrative offense provided for in part 1 of article 20.1 of the Administrative Code of the Russian Federation “Petty hooliganism”. The Gagarinsky court sentenced them to 11 days of administrative arrest.
Later, a third offender, a 40-year-old Muscovite, was also detained.
The materials of the case were sent to the court, measures are being taken to identify the remaining participants in the incident.