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Published on Nov 15, 2011
11.11.2011 Warsaw, Poland. Polish photographer receives a massive punch in the face for having Canon camera.
OK, it was a joke used to get you attention, Canon camera probably wasn't the issue. He was hit by a member of 'March of Independence' - demonstration which gathers polish nationalist, far-right supporters and extremists, while he was covering their march. Later identity of the attacker was revealed and he was arrested. The demonstration turned into violent riots, when march participants attacked police forces and tried to reach counter-demonstration formed by left-wing and antifascist organization. During the clashes with police, mostly right-wing football hooligans demolished Constitution Square. This shows how dangerous journalist work can be even if you are not in the war zone.