Even famous people, endowed with multi-million dollar state authority and power, ready to sort things out with his fists. This is not the first time that people in suits and ties, with thick wallets and imperious powers begin to sort things out with their fists. Forbes.ru remembered most serious fights between businesses and between politicians and their consequences.
Ukrainian Parliament: 5 hospitalized
The most serious brawl in the Ukrainian parliament took place in December 2010. BYuT pasted posters in the courtroom in support of Yulia Tymoshenko blocked the rostrum and presidium. Party of Regions deputies rushed to release the power of the presidium. As a result, some people have such severe injuries that they had to make the hall on a stretcher, five were hospitalized. Deputies of the Party of Regions claimed even that of their colleagues from the BYuT brought mount and chain, but did not have time to use them.
Turkish Parliament: 1 dead
Tragically ended the fight in the Turkish Parliament in January 2001. About 20 people started beating each other at a meeting during which the ruling party has proposed to reduce the discussion of draft laws. Several MPs from the far-right Nationalist Movement Party knocked to the floor Kurd Fevzi Sihanlioglu and struck him five or six blows to the head. A few hours later Sihanlioglu died of a heart attack.
Vladimir Zhirinovsky and others: wet suit torn hair, nosebleed
The first major fight on Russian television has become a clash between Vladimir Zhirinovsky and Boris Nemtsov in the program "One on One" on ORT in 1995. Zhirinovsky said that in the Nizhny Novgorod region the epidemic of syphilis in response Nemtsov showed him the magazine Playboy, where Zhirinovsky claimed to have slept with 200 women. Zhirinovsky splashed in the face orange juice Nemtsov Nemtsov told him the same, then Zhirinovsky launched his glass.
In the fall of 1995 Zhirinovsky ottaskal hair deputy Yevgeny Tishkovskaya, and in 1997 he broke into the car and pushed the journalist Julia Olshansky. In 2003 he kicked Sergei Mitrokhin, venting anger at it a completely different faction MP - Mikhail Delyagin from the "motherland", for which he received on the ear. Zhirinovsky twice fought Andrei Saveliev from the "motherland". For the first time, in 2003, during a televised debate Savelyev Zhirinovsky blow knocked down. The second time, in 2005 (pictured), Zhirinovsky spat at Saveliev, after which the two sides exchanged punches in the jaw and nose. Zhirinovsky has left the battlefield with a finger injury, Saveliev - bleeding from the nose.
Ukrainian Parliament: padded raw egg eyes
The most spectacular brawl in the Ukrainian parliament was caused by the ratification of the agreement with Russia on the Black Sea Fleet in April 2010. The meeting started with the fact that the Speaker Volodymyr Lytvyn threw raw eggs. Then a fight broke out between deputies in the hall exploded smoke bomb. However, this time there were no serious casualties, apart from the fact that one egg is still pleasing to the eye of the Speaker, despite the fact that the guards covered his umbrellas.
The State Duma, and Fedulov Shandybin: almost bitten off nose
At a meeting of the Duma in February 2003, Communist deputy Vasily Shandybin attacked with fists on the independent deputy Alexander Fedulova for what he called Gennady Zyuganov "political prostitute". To separate the fighters before they had time to get serious injuries. "If Shandybin Settlements at me, I'd just bit off his nose. Receiving a simple but effective. I regret that I did not have time to do it, "- he said after the fight Fedulov. Shandybin said that he had to "defend the honor of the party." "Even Lenin called Trotsky" political prostitute "and I just quoted the classics of Marxism-Leninism," - said Fedulov.
The parliament of South Korea: 1 hospitalized, broken furniture
Mass arrests took place in the Parliament of South Korea in July 2009, during the discussion of the new law on the media. The clash was like slam, which was attended by all deputies: women screamed loudly and pulled each other's clothes, men have tried to topple opponents furniture and jumped into the crowd and the crowd fighting. As a result of the fight one deputy was hospitalized.
Czech Republic, meeting with the Minister of Health, Dental injured person
Czech Health Minister David Rath had a fight in 2006, a presidential adviser Miroslav Macek at a meeting with dentists, dissatisfied reforms Rath. Macek slapped Rath on the head, called the Rat first Matzek coward, and then began to respond to shocks. It was one of the rare cases of battering in Czech politics.
Parliament Taiwan: bites and eaten bill
In the parliament of Taiwan fights happen regularly: MPs throw each other shoes, books and microphones. In 2010, deputies staged a boardroom fight in judo, and in the discussion of one of the bills opposition lawmaker tried to eat his text, to stop the vote. During the mass brawl in January 2010, a representative of the opposition faction bitten deputy from the ruling party. British tabloid Daily Mail even claimed that the fight in parliament of Taiwan dramatized specially MPs call up in advance and ask each other to put on the day of sport shoes.
The Parliament of Georgia: 1 hospitalized
In November 2002, Georgian MP Petre Tsiskarishvili, hit in the face with brass knuckles his colleague David Saganelidze. Fighting in the parliament of Georgia often occurred after this: in May 2003, opposition MPs had been beaten by the vice-speaker Vakhtang Rcheushvili, and then was taken to hospital. Last fight (pictured) took place in September of this year, when the MP Akaki Bobokhidze slapped Peter Mamradze for what he called the 2008 war "provocation of Saakashvili."
Legislature in one of the states of India: the overturned chairs, bruises
Mass arrests took place in India in the legislative assembly of Uttar Pradesh. The video shows how members beat each other folders, taken out of the microphone jack and throwing chairs, someone is hiding under the table.