Russian occupier Denis Pronin, who was taken prisoner by the Ukrainian military, said that he did not have a toilet in his house, but everything was fine with him.
« Some of the volunteers were looters. Once I went into the room, there is a toilet, a shower in the house. I do not have that. And I was ashamed. But I’m not like everyone else,” said the Russian.
When asked if he had a toilet at home, Pronin replied: “Yes, I don’t need it” #8230; to stink and clean the house all the time», adding that his toilet is on the street.
«I live in the village. That is, it is normal. I don’t need a toilet, I won’t smell the stench from it at night because someone forgot to flush it out,” he said.
The captured Russian also said that he knew how to use a toilet and even knows what a urinal is.
«I go into any society and I feel fine. I'm a decent person»,” he says.