In Rostov insane tourist pushed a woman to the monastery wall

© RIA Novosti / Grigory to Sysoeva in photoboxes-Yakovlevsky Dmitriev monastery in Rostov Veliky, Yaroslavl region. Archival photoIn Rostov insane tourist pushed a woman to the monastery wall© RIA Novosti / Grigory to Sysoeva the image Bank

The Prosecutor’s office in the Yaroslavl region filed a criminal case against a tourist from Moscow, who in a state of insanity pushed from the walls of the monastery the visitor with the requirement to send the man to forced psychiatric treatment, said the Prosecutor of the region on Tuesday.

Clarifies that the incident occurred in August in Rostov. First, a 59-year-old tourist from Moscow attacked a woman at the Mall.

«Being in a state of insanity at the store shopping complex of the city of Rostov, approached the visitor to a shopping centre and stabbed her with an unidentified blunt hard object at least three blows to the head and left arm, causing moderate damage to health», — is spoken in the message.

Then the man went into a monastery.

«Being in a state of insanity at the ambulatory of one of the walls of the monastery of the city of Rostov, approached the visitor to the monastery, and then using his hands threw it over the fence above the walls, located at a height of over 5 meters above the ground», — informs the Supervisory authority.

It clarifies that the woman fell to the ground and suffered multiple fractures. Her health had suffered serious damage.

It is judicial-psychiatric examination has established that the crime the man committed «in the period of exacerbation of chronic mental illness in a state of insanity», says the Prosecutor.

«The Commission of experts came to the conclusion that this man now represents a social danger, it is a mental disorder associated with risk for oneself and other persons, and he needs compulsory treatment in a medical organization providing psychiatric care in inpatient General», — stated in the message.

The Rostov Interdistrict Prosecutor’s office sent a criminal case against the men to court for applying compulsory medical measures, the report says.

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