...drunken rioting is the answer.
RFE/RL: The Estonian govt has sped up plans to reerect a Soviet-era war memorial in a bid to defuse deadly tensions over its removal from central Tallinn. The Foreign Ministry said that preparatory work will start today at the Tallinn military cemetery to relocate the Bronze Soldier. The statue was removed April 17 from a site in central Tallinn where it had stood for decades. One man was killed and more than 150 people injured in the two nights of protests at the move.
Estonian PM Andrus Ansip has appealed for calm and tolerance in the country following 2 days of riots. In the nationally televised address on the evening of April 28, Ansip also denounced the rioters, saying pictures of what he called "drunk shoplifters" being shown around the world was insulting to the memory of those who fought in World War II.