MK vandalizes fellow Zionist Union MK’s car

The new Zionist Union MK’s car had a message written in lipstick on it.

October 24, 2017 19:15
MK vandalizes fellow Zionist Union MK’s car

Zionist Union MK Leah Fadida's vandalized car.. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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Leah Fadida received a not-so-warm welcome on her second day as a member of Knesset, when she went to get her car from the legislature’s parking lot Tuesday, and found it vandalized.

The new Zionist Union MK’s car had a message written in lipstick on it: “Don’t park in other people’s parking spots.”

Fadida parked in fellow Zionist Union lawmaker Ksenia Svetlova’s spot, and Svetlova herself could reportedly be seen on security cameras vandalizing Fadida’s car.

MK parking spots are clearly labeled with the lawmaker’s name.

Fadida sent a picture of her car to the Zionist Union MKs' WhatsApp group, with the caption: "Not nice, Ksenia."

After the photo was leaked to the press and posted on social media, Svetlova tweeted: "Friends, calm down. Leah Fadida and I are good friends. There was a misunderstanding, and I apologized for it, we talked now, and everything is good.

"By the way, we both like pink lipstick," Svetlova added.

Fadida also responded on Twitter, saying "I forgive people for mistakes and don't get angry. #MoveOn."

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