Russia's ambassador to Poland was soaked in red paint on Monday, by protesters voicing their opposition to Moscow's war on Ukraine.
The incident occurred as Sergey Andreev went to lay flowers at the Soviet Military Cemetery in Warsaw, to mark the 77th anniversary of the Soviet's victory over Nazi Germany in World War Two.
The day honors the 27-million Soviets who died during the war.
However, Russia's invasion of Ukraine tainted the event, with Poland opposing any significant commemoration, in a show of support for Ukraine.
Footage uploaded to Twitter showed the protesters surrounding the Russian delegation, chanting "fascists" before Andreev was doused in paint.
He was ushered away unharmed.