Swedish hip-hop group Far & Son are currently trolling Russian President Vladimir Putin in a fearless manner that could end with them in a lot of trouble. In protest against the country’s anti-gay laws, the pair have built a replica of the Blue Oyster gay bar from the Police Academy movies on the island of Aland, which is Putin’s holiday island.
The pop-up bar, which was decorated with fairy lights and lettering – all in blue – is directly in the middle of of Putin’s island. The pranksters uploaded a photo of a group of barely-dressed men in leather and construction gear at the fake bar. Two of them happened to be making out at the corner of the pop-up.
The group told Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet that there are a lot of ‘young people’ on the island who would absolutely love a place for ‘gay kisses, hand jobs, and blow jobs‘. They also said they were hoping for some type of retaliation from the Russians. They said: “We expected a bit more of a vigorous response from the Russians and that they would immediately send the Scud missiles into the gay bar, but it seems they can’t keep up with Far & Son. They are simply cowards.”
Russia, obviously wasn’t happy. They responded: “The perpetrators forced their way into the area and built something, leaving their rubbish behind. This incident has been classed as trespassing, as well as some sanitation violations. Police have been in contact with the Russian consul and documented the crime scene.”
Far & Son may face up to three months in prison for this particular prank, but that doesn’t seem to have thrown them off.