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Rostov Arena Director Fired After Allowing 'Erotic Photo Session' In Club Stadium

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Rostov Arena Director Fired After Allowing 'Erotic Photo Session' In Club Stadium

Rostov Arena have reportedly let their director go after he allowed an 'erotic photo session' to take place at FC Rostov's home stadium.

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Pavel Gavrikov allegedly let semi-naked models to pose in the stadium for an ad campaign.

The shoot took place in September and while it is yet to be officially released, images have circulated across social media.

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Per RT, sources claim Gavrikov's firing was linked to "pornographic photo session at the stadium and a huge scandal after one of the pics leaked on social media despite the governor's instructions to prevent provocative photos from going online."

Image Credit: PA
Image Credit: PA

Reports claim the models were originally meant to wear swimsuits, but instead turned up with lingerie.

Rostov officials have expressed their anger over the situation and think the images are close to 'pornography.'

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Rostov Arena has been used for other sporting events in the country, including as a venue during the 2018 World Cup.

The Rostov Arena is the home of FC Rostov, while it also hosted games at the 2018 World Cup. (Image Credit: PA)
The Rostov Arena is the home of FC Rostov, while it also hosted games at the 2018 World Cup. (Image Credit: PA)

It isn't the first time a football stadium has been involved with a lewd story during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Plenty of frisky locals have been making the most of a lack of fans using the car park behind garages on Occupation Road, per Watford Observer.

'Dogging Action', a swingers information and forum site, does advise Hertfordshire residents to avoid getting busy on matchdays - while it's said that the area near to the ticket office is particularly active on Sunday evenings "after about 9.30pm" according to a review.


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Image Credit: PA
Image Credit: PA

Couple Steve and Helen from Welwyn Garden City, confirmed to The Sun they have made a number trips to the Championship outfit's ground despite being Luton Town fans as opposed to Hornets supporters.

Helen said: "We like being watched but it feels strange doing it next to a football ground. I guess we help put the horn into the Hornets."

Dogging is not illegal in the UK as such, but getting caught runs the risk of being charged with sexual offences such as indecent exposure.

Featured Image Credit: PA Images

Topics: Football News, Football

Daniel Marland
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