Keep passing the windows

ShortForBob

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Another "ooops I didn't notice the window was open" moment.
How many high profile Russians have windowphobia?

Russian oil executive Ravil Maganov dead after reportedly falling from hospital window​

The chairman of a Russian oil giant which called for the end to the war in Ukraine has died after falling from a hospital window in Moscow, according to reports.

Key points:​

  • Lukoil chair Ravil Maganov was reportedly being treated at a Moscow hospital when he fell
  • The company he worked for, Lukoil, called for the war in Ukraine to end shortly after Russia's invasion
  • The 67-year-old's death is the latest in a string of mysterious deaths of high-profile Russian executives

Lukoil chair Ravil Maganov, 67, was being treated at the city's Central Clinical Hospital, according to Russian media.

In a statement, the company confirmed Mr Maganov's death but it said was the result of a "severe illness".

His is the latest in a string of mysterious deaths of high-level Russian executives.



In May Alexander Subbotin, a former senior manager at the same oil company, Lukoil, reportedly died in unusual circumstances, according to the BBC.
Several Russian energy oligarchs have died in unusual circumstances in recent months:
  • The body of millionaire Novatek former manager Sergei Protosenya was found alongside his wife and daughter at a Spanish villa in April
  • A former vice-president of Gazprombank, Vladislav Avayev, was found dead with his wife and daughter in their Moscow flat, also in April
  • In May, a former Lukoil tycoon Alexander Subbotin died of heart failure, reportedly after seeking alternative treatment from a shaman.

Lukoil, which is Russia's second-largest oil producer, called for the war in Ukraine to end shortly after Moscow's army invaded.
 

Steam Flyer

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Defenestration.
??? What part of "falling out of a window" is not understandable?

Suicide or pushed. any other options?

My first comment of course, "Wow, excellent. Check out the BIG BRAIN on Mikey, here!"

But in explanation, sometimes rapidly-passing low pressure weather systems can literally pull people out of open windows. Other times, there is a micro-gravity anomaly which forces them to literally fly off the floor and out thru the window. It's kind of like spontaneous human combustion, it's rare but well-documented.

Poor guy was very unlucky, to be right there when conditions were perfect for it to happen.
 

Raz'r

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My first comment of course, "Wow, excellent. Check out the BIG BRAIN on Mikey, here!"

But in explanation, sometimes rapidly-passing low pressure weather systems can literally pull people out of open windows. Other times, there is a micro-gravity anomaly which forces them to literally fly off the floor and out thru the window. It's kind of like spontaneous human combustion, it's rare but well-documented.

Poor guy was very unlucky, to be right there when conditions were perfect for it to happen.
Gravity storms are a bitch.
 

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Meli having an original thought.

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badlatitude

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Another "ooops I didn't notice the window was open" moment.
How many high profile Russians have windowphobia?

Russian oil executive Ravil Maganov dead after reportedly falling from hospital window​

The chairman of a Russian oil giant which called for the end to the war in Ukraine has died after falling from a hospital window in Moscow, according to reports.

Key points:​

  • Lukoil chair Ravil Maganov was reportedly being treated at a Moscow hospital when he fell
  • The company he worked for, Lukoil, called for the war in Ukraine to end shortly after Russia's invasion
  • The 67-year-old's death is the latest in a string of mysterious deaths of high-profile Russian executives

Lukoil chair Ravil Maganov, 67, was being treated at the city's Central Clinical Hospital, according to Russian media.

In a statement, the company confirmed Mr Maganov's death but it said was the result of a "severe illness".

His is the latest in a string of mysterious deaths of high-level Russian executives.



In May Alexander Subbotin, a former senior manager at the same oil company, Lukoil, reportedly died in unusual circumstances, according to the BBC.
Several Russian energy oligarchs have died in unusual circumstances in recent months:
  • The body of millionaire Novatek former manager Sergei Protosenya was found alongside his wife and daughter at a Spanish villa in April
  • A former vice-president of Gazprombank, Vladislav Avayev, was found dead with his wife and daughter in their Moscow flat, also in April
  • In May, a former Lukoil tycoon Alexander Subbotin died of heart failure, reportedly after seeking alternative treatment from a shaman.

Lukoil, which is Russia's second-largest oil producer, called for the war in Ukraine to end shortly after Moscow's army invaded.
I honestly wish that our autocratic Republicans treated their leadership problems the same way.
 

Navig8tor

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looks like an associate fell off his boat...


sure are a lot of clumsy suicidal oil execs in Russia..
Pooties hit squads are just tying up loose ends before everything turns to custard and rather obviously showing the not yet dead to shut up.
Wouldn't want to be high ranking anything is Russia right now, it appears to affect your life expectancy significantly.
 

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