Furious Ukrainians mock size of Vladimir Putin’s WILLY at demonstration against Russian aggression


FURIOUS Ukrainians mocked the size of Putin’s penis at demonstrations in Odessa yesterday.

They shrugged off the threat of World War Three and an “imminent invasion” to poke fun at the president’s privates.

Furious Ukrainians mocked the size of Putin’s penis at demonstrations in Odessa

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Furious Ukrainians mocked the size of Putin’s penis at demonstrations in Odessa
Hundreds of people marched through the city chanting 'Glory to Ukraine!' and 'Ukraine above all!'

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Hundreds of people marched through the city chanting ‘Glory to Ukraine!’ and ‘Ukraine above all!’Credit: © Jerome Starkey 2022

Hundreds of people marched through the city chanting “Glory to Ukraine!” and “Ukraine above all!”

But when demonstration leaders shouted “Putin!” the crowd bellowed back “Khuylo!” – a humiliating insult which means “little d**k”.

They also answered with cries of “Putin go to hell!” 

The demonstration marked the 8th anniversary of a massacre at Maidan Square – when 107 pro-democracy activists were gunned down at protests in Kyiv.

Sophia Valikaya, 14, who attended yesterday’s march with her mum and gran, said: “We are people of the world. We just want Ukraine to be free.”

Her gran Zoya added: “We want to build our own future.”

At least 500 people took part in the demonstration including navy and police cadets.

Many were wrapped in Ukrainian flags or wore blue and yellow ribbons in their hair.

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One boy held a placard thanking Britain and other nations for sending Ukraine weapons.

The UK shipped out 2000 shoulder launched missiles last month.

The placard also thanked Poland, America, Estonia and Canada which have all shipped arms to Kyiv to help Ukraine defend itself.

But Germany has come under fire for block exports of artillery guns which are made with German parts and sending Kyiv helmets instead.

One marcher wore a Nato flag in support of Ukraine’s long term aim of joining the 30-member alliance.

Up to 190,000 Russian troops and shady paramilitaries have surrounded Ukraine’s borders, including some 30,000 in Belarus to the north.

Troops continue to mass near the border and Australia’s PM said yesterday that war was now inevitable.

Ukraine’s President Zelensky called for an urgent ceasefire after heavy shelling left two soldiers dead and a third soldier man lost his hand near the Russian-backed rebel frontline. 

Zelensky raged at the west for not doing more to stop Putin and compared Europe’s softly softly approach with doomed efforts to appease Hitler.

In a speech to world leaders in Munich Zelensky said: “The question “Why die for Danzig?” turned into the need to die for Dunkirk.”

Some 38 people burned alive in Odessa in horrific clashes between separatists and government factions in 2014.

Almost a third of the city’s residents are ethnic Russians.

When demonstration leaders shouted 'Putin!' the crowd bellowed 'Khuylo!' back – a humiliating insult which means 'little d**k'

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When demonstration leaders shouted ‘Putin!’ the crowd bellowed ‘Khuylo!’ back – a humiliating insult which means ‘little d**k’Credit: © Jerome Starkey 2022
One boy held a placard thanking Britain and other nations for sending Ukraine weapons

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One boy held a placard thanking Britain and other nations for sending Ukraine weaponsCredit: © Jerome Starkey 2022
The demonstration marked the 8th anniversary of a massacre at Maidan Square – when 107 pro-democracy activists were gunned down at protests in Kyiv

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The demonstration marked the 8th anniversary of a massacre at Maidan Square – when 107 pro-democracy activists were gunned down at protests in KyivCredit: © Jerome Starkey 2022
At least 500 people took part in the demo including navy and police cadets

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At least 500 people took part in the demo including navy and police cadetsCredit: © Jerome Starkey 2022

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