Russian allies want to be trained by Steven Seagal
Steven Seagal, Actor:
Seagal in Chechnya
Now, he may extend his resumé to include drill sergeant. He recently spent three days in Serbia as a guest of the Serbian government. While in Belgrade, Seagal met with Serbia's Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic and President Tomislav Nikolic. It went much better than the time Seagal met Eastern Europeans in Driven to Kill.
The Serbians had another offer for him. They offered the actor and producer a job training Serbian special police forces in Aikido, the Japanese martial art for which Seagal is famous.
Which is strange, because he doesn't believe in your authority.
He was in Serbia to be honored for his work with the Brothers Karic Foundation, a Serbian nonprofit dedicated to promoting tolerance and coexistence while promoting Serbian culture abroad.
(Photo: Aleksandar Vucic/Twitter)
The 63-year-old action film actor is one of many celebrities openly socializing with Russian President Vladimir Putin who once received the same honor.
They aren't shaking hands, they're both trying to break the other's arm. (Kremlin photo)
Seagal's affinity toward the Russians and Serbia — a longtime traditional Russian ally — is well documented. The actor's response is not known, but the chances of someone's arm being broken was high.