They came out of the restaurant wearing their pastel balaclavas and were then confronted by the Cossacks, who are used by police authorities to patrol the streets.
“We were just walking around Sochi when they grabbed us,” Nadezhda Tolokonnikova said. “They told us we are suspected of theft. Of course there has been no theft.”
Life has changed dramatically for the two former members of the Russian punk-protest outfit, moving from prison bars to life as bona fide celebrities.