This picture of Bacchus, the god of wine and merriment, was tattooed on the stomach of a prisoner sentenced under Article 74 of the Criminal Code of the RSFSR for hooliganism. He and his three friends took two drunk prostitutes behind wooden sheds in one of the courtyards of Maly Prospekt, Leningrad. They pushed a crumpled cigarette packet filled with cigarette butts, a matchbox, wine bottle corks, and food remains wrapped in a piece of Pravda newspaper into the vagina of one of the prostitutes. Then they pushed an empty quarter of a litre vodka bottle into the vagina of the other prostitute, an alcoholic and homeless woman. They finished the humiliation by urinating on them. All four were detained, sentenced, and imprisoned. It was the second imprisonment for the bearer of this tattoo. It was made during his first term in Corrective Labour Camp No.5, Metallostroy Settlement.