SEE IT: Twerking video shot near WWII memorial earns Russian women jail time BY Lee Moran NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Monday, April 27, 2015, 8:43 AM Share this URL Young Russian women who twerked in front of a World War II memorial have been jailed for "hooliganism." Six dancers were filmed performing the provocative move made mainstream by Miley Cyrus in front of the Malaya Zemlya monument in Novorossiysk. The 90-second clip, aimed at recruiting more members to the women's modern dance school, soon went viral and was seen by the local mayor, reports the BBC. Video news via YouTube Young women twerking at a World War II memorial in Russia have been sentenced to jail time for "hooliganism." He was said to be "outraged" — claiming the recording was "disrespectful" to those who'd fought in the war. The dancers were tracked down and prosecuted, reports Russia Today. Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic for MTV Miley Cyrus (r.) made the New Orleans bounce music dance move called "twerking" mainstream. Two of the women were jailed for 10 days and one for 15 days, and two others were fined. The remaining dancer escaped punishment because she was younger than 16, reports the Moscow Times. "This incident of disrespect for the memory of war history is unacceptable and any attempts to desecrate sites of military glory will be stopped immediately," prosecutors said, according to ABC. "We condemn these women. Every inch of this land is covered in blood. It is inappropriate," added Viktoriya Dikaya, the press secretary for the city's education department. The Malaya Zemlya memorial marks a battle to free the city from German occupation in 1943.