A person in Russia has sued an area TV channel for leaving him “shook” by overlaying an excessive amount of unfavourable information and now he has to go to a psychologist for his psychological well-being.
“Perviy Kanal has infringed on my rights as a citizen,” Igor Mirzoev alleged. Russian state-controlled media outlet, RT, reported the information on Thursday.
In his grievance, Mirzoev talked about he was “pressured to start out seeing a psychologist as a result of his common psychological state and emotional stability had been disrupted.”
Mirzoev claimed he began affected by “panic assaults and intrusive ideas”.
The psychologist concluded Mirzoev was regularly watching Perviy Kanal’s content material for a number of years, which, in keeping with the grievance, “was dominated by unfavourable information”.
In an evaluation submitted to the court docket, 78.2 per cent of the broadcaster’s protection was deemed to be “dedicated to crimes, navy conflicts and man-made disasters”.
“Mirzoev is now demanding $135,000 for ethical injury, along with almost $7,000 to pay for his psychologist’s invoice, required to revive his psychological well-being,” RT reported.
A choose is about to listen to the declare.