Russian premier Vladimir Putin is known as a brutishly dictatorial politician. But that's not all he's known for. He's also a consummate lady's man, and a lover of Russian cars.

Now, his two passions have crossed paths in Moscow, where a group of nubile young Putin supporters called 'Putin's Army' took to the streets, offering free car washes to drivers of domestic wheels.

Plenty of Volgas and Ladas stopped along the way, and Russia's English-language RT news channel has the report. The only thing more entertaining than the bikini-clad girls soaping up the cars is the stilted debate that followed between the network's anchors. Follow the jump to watch the footage and see for yourself – just be aware that the video may be Not Safe For Work.

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