Dutch Olympics sponsor gets in trouble for urinating on Vladimir Putin's fence
Atilay Uslu, the head of Dutch speedskating sponsor Corendon Dutch Airlines, probably wishes he used a men's room at a tavern before heading back to his hotel in Sochi.
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By Andy Nesbitt
Atilay Uslu, the head of Dutch speed skating sponsor Corendon Dutch Airlines, learned a valuable - and expensive - lesson Sunday night after he stopped to use the "bathroom" on his way home from a night out in Sochi.
You see, the "bathroom" he chose to use was actually a fence. That fence was outside of Russian president Vladimir Putin's villa.
Talk about bad luck.
Uslu, who was out celebrating the success of the Dutch skaters, was quickly surrounded by a group of Russian soldiers.