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In St. Petersburg found did not leave the apartment from the Soviet era man


– The bailiffs of St. Petersburg sent to the treatment of the elderly couple in the apartment which found a four-foot layer of debris, the press service of the city Department of the Federal bailiff service on Wednesday.

The bailiffs started enforcement proceedings after the court decision about the eviction of the elderly couple from the apartment of social hiring.

With the corresponding claim in court asked the housing Agency.

“The reason was the improper condition of the apartment, which made her the mistress of housing.

The elderly woman suffers from mental illness and regularly brings home trash from the street.

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The result is floor one bedroom apartment in the house on summer Avenue was covered with a layer of trash with a thickness of 1.5 meters”, – stated in the message of the FSSP.

In the process of enforcement proceedings, it became clear that the evicted couple will have to force.

Given the age of the debtors, it was decided to do so in the presence of the medical team.

“When they got to the apartment, they found among the trash piles, exhausted elderly man – the debtor.

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For many years he never left his room.

From the documents proving the identity, he had only the passport of the citizen of the USSR.

The man was immediately sent to the hospital.

The very culprit of clutter in the apartment was taken to a psychiatric hospital,” – noted the police officers.

In a press-service of management of “Interfax” explained that the man had not left the apartment since the collapse of the Soviet Union.

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