Tiraspol City Court sentenced Veacheslav Samar, aged 25, to a fine of 12 880 Transnistrian rubles ($ 1,140 US). The young man was found guilty of false threats of explosion.  

The investigation established that in late September 2016, prior to the Phosphorus festival of electronic music, Samar posted on multiple social networks announcements, according to which several expositions would take place during the concert, in Suvorov market, Tiraspol. Network users alerted the law enforcers.

A group of engineers carefully examined the targeted site to find the explosives. As a result, the information turned out to be false.

Soon, the perpetrator, Veaceslav Samar, was arrested. He said it "was just a joke."
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