From to Richard Cobbett wrote Crapshoot, a column about rolling the dice to bring random obscure games back into the light. This week, a Russian adventure that's not as porny as it sounds, but whose surrealism might make you gag in a very different way Normally I try to find something interesting and a little bit unusual for you. This week though, I'm afraid we're going to have to resort to that most tired and cliched of gaming staples: secret agents struggling with sexual inadequacy after being bitten on the penis by a poisoned penguin.
At the time of her arrest she was accused of espionage on behalf of the Russian Federation's external intelligence agency, the Sluzhba vneshney razvedki SVR. Chapman pleaded guilty to a charge of conspiracy to act as an agent of a foreign government. Learning that Chapman had wanted to return to the United Kingdom, the UK government revoked her British citizenship and excluded her from the country. Since her return to Russia, Chapman has worked in a variety of fields, including for the government as head of a youth council, a catwalk model in Russian fashion shows, and running a television series. According to her ex-husband, Anna earned a master's degree in economics with first class honours from Moscow University.
London-based Liman is a Blues fan and regularly issues messages of support to the team owned by Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich. The Russian-born stunner had a dilemma on Tuesday night, however, as Zenit rolled into town along with big forward Artem Dzyuba — a man Liman has professed her admiration for in the past. Specifically, the brunette pin-up backed the Russian forward during his unfortunate sex video scandal last year, after a video was leaked featuring Dzyuba pleasuring himself on camera. Liman is still a fan of the year-old forward, who was initially dropped from the Russia squad over the scandal before returning for the Euros in the summer. The model had a message for Dzyuba, his Zenit teammates and Chelsea as she donned an inventive Blues-themed outfit — and with a mixed Chelsea-Zenit banner in the background — for an Instagram message to her following of 1.