An official who gave sand to children was scolded onlineBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/an-official-who-gave-sand-to-children-was-scolded-online
Deputy Natalia Vorobyova from Pervouralsk gave the children of her constituency a sandbox. It would seem, well done. However, in the network, Vorobyova's act caused an ambiguous reaction — primarily because of the chinchilla fur coat of the deputy from United Russia, which stands out in contrast against the background of gift sand and sad children.
However, the subscribers of the deputy's page immediately noted: there is very little joy on the faces of the little residents of the specified house. And Natalia Vladimirovna's fur coat is probably superfluous here.
"Friends" now write to Vorobyova: "Chinchilla?", "Yesterday it was +23, did she freeze in a fur coat?", "Judging by the green grass, the fur coat is clearly out of season"... The deputy herself does not comment on the photo shoot in any way. However, the resonant post is not in a hurry to delete.
It should be noted that the news about the gift sand and chinchilla fur coat is already gaining momentum in the federal agenda. And the more the resonance becomes, the more often there are comments like "The deputies have nothing to do with it, the money for the sandbox is already budgeted." In social networks parallel to Facebook, comments are gaining a degree: "What have I forgotten here? It would be better to pull Masha's pigtails..." (Twitter), "The deputy from United Russia arranged a photo shoot of "show-offs" at the sandbox where sand was brought..." (VKontakte), "What is a SHOW—off - to make an achievement of your activity out of [nothing]" (VKontakte).