MOSCOW, February 7 – RIA Novosti. Children's Ombudsman of Moscow Olga Yaroslavskaya told RIA Novosti that she would take control of the situation with the boy, whose parents complained about the child getting an eye burn at the performance.
Earlier, in the capital's Pushkin Theater, RIA Novosti was told that they were checking after a statement was received about causing harm to a child during the performance. According to the spectator, the child's mother, who sought medical help three days later, on January 25, it was the beam of the laser pointer that caused the eye burn. The use of laser pointers in the theater hall has been temporarily suspended.
“I will take this case under control. If necessary, the boy's family will be supported,” Yaroslavskaya told the agency.