A former Russian stripper left Larry Page and Sergey Brin a letter and a book after she managed to enter office premise unnoticed.
There are many that hate Google, I am sure, but this particular woman, called Vera Svechina, a Russian, had to drive the point home, and so left an “angry letter” and an unidentified book for the company’s co-founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page, after she managed to sneak into Google’s premise unnoticed.
A Mountain View police spokeswoman Liz Wylie said that on March 18, Svechina, a 37-year-old San Francisco resident, followed a visually impaired Google worker through a door into a secured, employee-only area and worked her way up to outside the office of the CEOs. Once there, she left a letter and a book, both in Russian, on an empty desk outside the office and made an escape.
“There was “nothing threatening” about the letter, but it was “angry in parts,” Wylie said.
Business Insider dug up some information on her and turns out she was an “amateur filmmaker and former stripper from Russia.” According to the site, Zynga founder Mark Pincus had filed for a restraining order against her in February, after she allegedly threatened his wife and children, and visited his home.
The Mountain View police have dealt with her before as well, when she was detained last May after she came to the police headquarters and asked to file a complaint against the search giant.
“She thought they were inside her head,” Wylie said.
Oh, what absurdness. That ‘update’ won’t be rolled until 2015.