Moscow Restaurant Reviews from the Buried Lede Dining Guide
Nine full paragraphs into the Guardian's article about snow removal in Moscow, we learn this:
... According to police, the 54-year-old chef at the unnamed restaurant, well-known for its chebureki, or big meat-filled pastries, killed his 82-year-old father-in-law during a drunken brawl. Police refused to confirm or deny a report by tabloid Life News that the chef then ran his father-in-law's body through a meat grinder in order to fill his chebureki – and serve them to customers for three days before being caught and sent to a psychiatric institution.
It gets better:
These tales would fill most readers with horror, but in Russia they are so commonplace as to barely inspire a raised eyebrow.
We return now to the Moscow weather report. Snow, apparently.