The pilot made the words “Leave be” in the sky over Russia. This is evidenced by the data service Flightradar24.
According to them, yesterday in the morning a light aircraft Evektor Harmony LSA has made a flight lasting almost two hours over the village of sydorivka in the Novosibirsk region. His route happened to the words “Leave it be”.
It is possible that the author of the inscription is Oleg Kobzev. Last week, as reported by “the Rambler”, he driving the same plane, made on the same Sydorivka the inscription “where is everybody?”.
He told reporters that he had done this the first time, it was very unusual, and in the sky the letters are more direct than on paper.
Phrase pilot “where is everybody?” — a joke about the impact on the lives of Russians pandemic coronavirus infection COVID-19, namely, the regime of isolation imposed over it. The phrase “Leave it be” — probably a joke about stabilizing the situation with the spread of coronavirus infection.
The day before yesterday the President of Russia Vladimir Putin said that the situation with the spread of coronavirus infection in the country has stabilized, but the likelihood of the spread of the disease persists.