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The new Czech president said he was sick, not drunk — even as video captured him struggling to negotiate stairs and propping himself against a wall for support during a national ceremony that's supposed to be marked by gravitas
He's tattooed from head to toe, a warrior-like mix of blue, green and red. He's also running in a surprising third place ahead of this week's Czech presidential elections. Vladimir Franz, an opera composer and painter, seems the most unlikely of candidates for a prestigious post previously held by beloved playwright-dissident Vaclav Havel and Vaclav Klaus, a professor credited with plotting the economic transition from communism to a free market.
He's tattooed from head to toe, a warrior-like mix of blue, green and red.