Vytautas Sustauskas had taken part in a run-up for parliament in 2002, winning in the first round 0.4 percent of the vote and so failing to get to the second round. He is a known populist, anti-Semite and diehard, ill-famed for his vituperative speeches and scandalous interviews. In one if these he said that "but for the Germans, the Lithuanians would have been brushing top boots for the Jews on Laisves Alley in Kaunas ".
What not-quite-ordinary things the notorious Lithuanian parliamentarian is doing with the microphone can be seen on a unique video clip we reproduce herewith. As the clip is quite short, we did nor "edit" it any further (see www.inforos.ru).