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Woman Posts Picture Wearing Mascara Stolen from MH17

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(NEWS.COM.AU) -- A pro-Russian woman living in the eastern separatist region of Ukraine posted pictures of herself on Instagram wearing makeup she claimed was looted from the Flight MH17 crash site.

Mascara from Amsterdam, or rather from the field. Well, I think you know what I mean, said Ekaterina Parkhomenko, who posted a picture of the stolen mascara on her now-deleted account, according to Central European News.

Parkhomenko says she lives in the city of Torez, which is the same location where Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 tragically crashed on July 17 after it was shot down by pro-Russian rebels.

Describing herself as a separatist on Instagram, the brunette bombshell admitted that the makeup wasnt taken by her personally, but that she got it from a familiar friend.

I am just sick of all this Ukrainian stuff, she added. Sick and terribly furious.

The pro-Russian beauty sparked fierce outrage among users on Instagram, who dubbed the sickening photos disgusting and horrific, Central European News reports.
The attack on Flight MH17 killed all 298 people on board.

This latest incident from looting at the site comes after grieving relatives have called the mobile phones of MH17 victims -- and theyve been answered.
The reports appear to confirm that the belongings of people who went down with the doomed Malaysia Airlines flight have been looted.

Several grieving family members dialled the phones in desperation and they were answered by strangers with Eastern European-sounding voices, Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf reports.

There were reports in days following the crash that people had ransacked the crash site and stole wallets, jewellery and other items from the dead bodies.

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