Dmitry Obretetsky Wiki Bio
Dmitry Obretetsky Russian king who lives in England died when a car crashed while walking with a dog in Surrey.
He was 49 years of age. He is the last of many Russians to die in mysterious circumstances in Britain.
Surrey police turn to witnesses and photos after shooting and killing Obretetsky, the father of three, near his home on November 25. He died five days later in the hospital. His dog Oscar was killed in an accident at Oxshoot.
A Russian tycoon living in Britain has died after he was hit by a car while walking his dog in Surrey- although unclear if foul play is suspected. https://t.co/q9ywUmu7Ph
— The Sun (@TheSun) December 5, 2019
According to reports, up to three cars were included. No arrests. The victim was not identified by the police, but was identified in today’s reports in Moscow. A Russian friend and partner asked if he was killed on purpose. Pavel Borovkov said that Obretetski has long been a British citizen who regularly returns to Russia to work.
After the collapse of the Soviet Union in Volgograd, Obretetsky was known as a billionaire who had fortune with several stars as neighbors before moving to Surrey with his wife and children.
He set up a company dealing with household chemicals and owned Magnat Trade Enterprise, the official distributor of Mars, Nestle and Procter & Gamble in Russia.
During Euro 2008, when a large flag was displayed among the sea of Dutch fans waving, Russia became a cult hero in defeating the Dutch 3: 1 in the quarterfinals.
The consulting firm LLC Advant said: “We don’t know much about what happened.
“This is clearly a great loss and tragedy for all of us.”
Borovkov praised the king as “a great friend and colleague, a forgiving and friendly man.”
He added: “Dmitry was a man of varied interests – he wasn’t just job focused.
Uz We remember how proud we were of the crowd of Dutch fans, holding a big Russian flag that says “Volgograd” in the prestigious Euro 2008 quarterfinals.
“He loved contemporary music – hard rock. He was a fan of Ozzy Osbourne.”
Obretetsky’s son, 22, Ily, is a British citizen who attends the fine Millfield school.
He also had two daughters at school in England.