Among 35 people the police took to a court for violating public order during the anti-government protests in Belgrade this week, two Israeli nationals were sentenced to 60 days imprisonment after they couldn't pay 680 Euro fine, the Beta news agency reported on Friday.
The two Israelis, age 18 and 21, were detained on Wednesday and, according to media reports, were interrogated by Serbia's secret BIA service.
"They were before the court with the interpreters for their Russian mother-tongue. As they couldn't pay 80,000 Dinars (680 Euro) fine, they were sentenced to 60 days in jail," the Belgrade Magistrates Court told the independent Insajder production.
Local media reported they were caught dragging sacks with rubbles to the road, pulling containers, overturning them and trying to set them on fire.