On russian TV, image of two American robbers passed off as couple "parted by war" 05/10/2022 12:08:35. Total views 487. Views today — 0.

During a festive concert dedicated to the Victory Day, which was broadcast by the russian Channel One, a photo of Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow, American robbers and murderers operating in the 30s of the last century, appeared on the stage as a photograph of the front-line soldiers. This is reported by Radio Liberty.

The picture appeared in the frame during the song "If only there were no war", performed by singer Zara and symbolized "a couple that was separated by the war".

The photo of Bonnie and Clyde that was shown on big screen on the stage was taken in 1933 - a year before they were killed by the police that was trying to detain them, - the report says.