The Kremlin denied reports that Putin soiled himself by falling down the stairs

The Kremlin has released news that Russian strongman Vladimir Putin recently defecated after falling down a flight of stairs.

The General SVR Telegram channel, run by a former Kremlin spy, was denied after the 70-year-old leader claimed on November 30 that feces fell on his residence.

Putin reportedly tripped on his tailbone, causing him to “involuntarily defecate” due to his “cancer affecting the stomach and intestines.”

The tyrant’s press team has since been trying to clean up after the embarrassing news.

“As for your request, we can say that it is completely wrong,” said the press and information department of the President of the Russian Federation. Newsweek reported via email respond to a comment request.

Putin’s purported dismissal comes amid reports and rumors of his failing health, including cancer and Parkinson’s disease.

The press service of Russian President Vladimir Putin “General SVR” rejected the message on the Telegram channel.
via Reuters

“Three bodyguards helped the president to the nearest couch and called the doctors on duty at the residence,” General SVR reported last week.

“Nothing critical [was diagnosed]The president’s condition was stable until last night, he can walk around on his own, the only thing bothering him is pain in his coccyx while sitting,” the report added.

Focusing on the image, the executive was shown walking around the laboratory in Moscow the day after the incident.

After Russian troops invaded Ukraine on February 24, rumors about the health of the former KGB operative were rampant. Putin has repeatedly appeared weak and unstable in public.

A Kyiv Post journalist recently tweeted screenshots of Putin saluting soldiers in Ryazan region, sparking speculation that he has IV marks on his arms.

General SVR also mentioned Putin’s shaky stance during a meeting with Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko.

Earlier this year, a Russian official denied rumors about Putin’s illness in an interview with France’s TF1 TV channel, Newsweek reports.

And in July, the Kremlin also denied rumors of health problems.

“Everything is fine with his health,” spokesman Dmitry Peskov told Forbes.

“You know, Ukrainian information specialists, as well as American and British, have been spreading various fake information about the health of the president in recent months – nothing but fake stuff,” he said.

Newsweek said it has reached out to General SVR’s Telegram channel for comment.


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