Scandalous photo of naked Ukrainian women in Dubai turned into NFT and sold for $50,000

Russian Alex Kontsov, in whose room a photo shoot of nude models took place, created an NFT from the picture and put it up for auction. The token was purchased by businessman Alexander Riddick for 24 Ethereum.

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Russian businessman Alexander Kontsov, in whose room the infamous candid photo session of girls from Ukraine, Belarus, Moldova and the Russian Federation took place in Dubai, created an NFT from a snapshot and put it up for auction on a specialized website. This is evidenced by the data on the NFT trading floor Opean Sea.

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As a result, the token was bought by Russian entrepreneur Alexander Riddick for 24 ethereum [digital currency], which is equivalent to $50,000.

According to Kontsov, who is quoted by the publication, many people asked him to sell the images scattered on the Internet. “I like things with history,” commented the Russian. It is specified that after the incident, he spent 19 days in a Dubai prison on suspicion of preparing a sex party.

Recall that in April last year, a video appeared on the network in which a group of naked girls posed on the balcony of the Dubai Marina Hotel in Dubai, UAE. Later it became known that the city police arrested the models, accusing them of public debauchery. Despite the fact that, according to local laws, this is a serious crime that could lead to a prison term, all models were deported to their homeland.

Then it was reported that the organizer of the candid photo shoot was a businessman from Ukraine Vitaliy Grechin. However, the shooting itself took place in the room of the Russian Alex Kontsov, who was also detained by the Dubai police. However, he immediately stated that he was not involved in organizing the photoset.

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