Russian MP sings as protest against Eurovision result
A Russian MP has broken into song in parliament as a protest against Austria's victory at the Eurovision Song Contest.
Oleg Nilov sang a verse of a Russian folk song called Black Crow, following Conchita Wurst's success at Saturday's competition.
Mr Nilov told the Russian parliament "dark forces" had prevented Russia's own entry, the 17-year-old Tolmachevy twins, from winning at the contest.
Footage courtesy of Russian Parliament TV
14 May 2014
- From the section Europe