Georgia's united opposition claims an explosive was thrown underneath a car of one of its representatives. The spokesman of the united opposition, Giya Tortladze, was leaving the office when eyewitnesses say a black car passed slowly by before speeding-up.
A blast followed seconds later.
"I went out of the office, got in my car, and started the engine. I wanted to warm it up. Within minutes a car passed by, I did not pay any attention to it. And they seem to throw something underneath my car. There was a blast and we even all jumped," said Tortladze.
He claims it was an act of intimidation.
No one was hurt and investigation is underway. ( RT )