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The Kyiv-based Crimean Department of the Prosecutor’s Office of Ukraine opened a criminal investigation against all three participants of the German electronic band Scooter for illegal border crossing and entering the Russian-occupied Crimea without Ukrainian authorities’ permission.

Tetyana Tykhonchik, the agency’s spokesperson told this to Krym.Realii news website about that on Aug.4.

Despite the warnings from the Ukrainian authorities, on Aug. 3 Scooter, most known for their 1998 hit How Much is the Fish, came to Russian-occupied city Sevastopol in Crimea and took part in the music festival ZBest held in the nearby town Balaklava.

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I have no idea what the "Scooter" group does, did, or fails to do, nor would I waste time reading about them. But, based on the photos the KP posted, I'm ready to sign up to any petition that would keep these yoyo's out of Ukraine. Maybe the residents of Crimea like to throw away their money, but Ukrainians can't afford to do so.

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