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Young Putin was a "sneaky" boy who "pulls children's hair in battle", ex-school buddies and teachers claim

VLADIMIR Putin, as a kid, "fights to the end" during scrap at school, claims his ex-classmates and teachers.

Russiantyrants are "sneaky" and "causes of problems" from those who knew him decades before the war in Ukraine. Was called.

According to his former companions,Putinterrorized his school in the Zeldinsky district of Leningrad and if someone chose to fight him. You will "fall into frenzy."

His newly qualified form teacher, 26-year-old Tamara Chizova, said she was driven into despair by a "definitely problematic" and "disorganized" youth.The Times reports.

With a rebellious source, his childhood friend, Victor Borisenko, remembered that Putin was the first to join the fight when he broke out.

He said: "He could fight anyone. He wasn't afraid.


"If someone offended him Then he jumps straight at him — scratching, biting and pulling out a lump of hair.

"He wasn't the strongest in our class, but in battle he He fell into a frenzy and fought to the end, so he could beat anyone. Heating and bathroom.

Rats also ransacked the yard, and Putin often chased them with sticks-one day. , Until the big one he cornered attacks him.

He said later. One should be cornered. No one should be in a situation where there is no way out. "

Nevertheless, Putin later stated that he had never felt "disadvantageous or miserable" growth.

Putin transferred to junior high school in 1965 at the age of 12 after having a bad reputation in elementary school.

Along with that, a young man for his excellent memory and speed while being tough.

After that, Putin got a kind of mixed martial arts, Sambo. His performance improved dramatically as he became a member of Pioneer, the main body of the Communist Party.

After abandoning his desire to be an airline pilot, he was 16 and asked to find out what he needed to join KBG.

He was told to join the Faculty of Law at Leningrad State University and was finally shy about his 18th birthday in September 1970.

By 1975, Putin was accepted by KBG. As a junior lieutenant, he spent many years up the ranks until 1990.

During this time, he met his first girlfriend, medical student Ludmila Kmarina.

'Not very attractive'

But by 1980, they split and Putin was another woman, the 22-year-old Aeroflot flight attendant Ludmila Schlebneva. I turned my attention to.

She wasn't accepted. However, she described Putin as "badly dressed."

Ludmila recalled: "He looked very unfriendly. I wouldn't have paid attention to him on the street."

Despite the first impression, the pair exchanged numbers and Ludmila I met whenever he was in Leningrad. The

relationship was a turbulent one, but Putin's parents did not approve it, hampering his traditional view of the role of women.

At the party the following year, Putin was furious when Ludmila danced at night.

She said: "Apparently I wasn't too restrained. It was revealed to me that no further relationship was possible."

2 weeks Later, they returned together-but Putin's temperament and shortcomings continued.

She remembered once waiting for him at a subway station, the Times reports.

Ludmila said: "15 minutes, you can accept. Even 30 minutes.

" But when it's an hour and he's not there, you Is just crying from the wound.

"After an hour and a half, you don't feel anything anymore. All your emotions are spent. This has always happened."

To make matters worse, Putin hid his job at the KGB from Ludmila for 18 months and made her believe he was working in the police.

Despite her distrust, Ludmila married Putin in 1983-they described their years together as "perfect harmony."

But his bad habits sneaked up as he started coming home late from work.

She said: "I realized that it wasn't [his boss] who made him work late. It was himself."

Finally, Putinla The pair divorced in 2013 as Ludmila was exhausted from Putin's lifestyle, saying she was "crushed" because she couldn't talk to her peers about the problems she faced.