Russia is watching people in their hotel rooms
February 7 , 2014
All journalists complaining about their Sochi hotel accommodations should be aware that they're being watched in their rooms.
Deputy prime minister Dmitry Kozak mentioned to the reporters that the nation's surveillance video has revealed a lack of water conservation since "people turn on the shower, direct the nozzle at the wall and then leave the room for the whole day," he said.
Kozak didn't comment on any questions regarding media housing and accused visitors from the West of trying to sabotage the Games. "100,000 guests in rooms and only gotten 103 registered complaints and every one of those is being taken care of," he said.