Thursday, March 9, 2017

Serbs are trolling local elections by selling random crap online

In the small town of Vrbas, in northern Serbia, a voter by the name of Vladimir has become fed up with Serbian politics. So much so, he’s selling his vote for the upcoming presidential election for sale on a popular ecommerce website for the low, low price of 10,500,000 euros. Vladimir states in the ad on Kupujem Prodajem, Serbian online market place,  that he doesn’t care to which party the vote goes to because he has simply “given up”. The responses to the spoof ad have been positive and some have expressed their interest, although it doesn’t seem that the vote has…

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