Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny was hospitalized on Thursday, after an unknown man attacked him outside his office in Moscow. The assailant sprayed a green antiseptic into Navalny’s face, drenching his right eye in the noxious chemical.
“What is really unpleasant is that it got in my eye. My right eye is now completely green — both the pupil and the cornea,” Navalny wrote on Twitter.
Translation: “The ambulance came, looked at my dark-green eye, and said that they’re taking me to the hospital. They wrapped up [my head] like it’d been seriously injured.” 
“It looks pretty funny, but my eye hurts like hell,” he later added, sharing a photograph of his bandaged head and dyed face.
First aid workers soon arrived to examine Navalny’s injuries, and determined that he should be taken to the hospital for further examination and treatment.
Ivan Zhdanov, the director of legal affairs for Navalny’s Anti-Corruption …