Femen activists, who are popular for their topless protests, have been detained at a polling station in Moscow where Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin voted on Sunday.

The protesters marked "Kremlin Rats," "I steal for Putin" and "Thief number 3" on their upper torsos.

Putin is seeking a third term as president of the country. He has been accused of orchestrating widespread election frauds in earlier parliamentary elections.

Take a look at the pictures of the Femen protest:

Activists of Ukrainian group Femen prepare for an action at the Sunday's presidential election in Moscow.Reuters
An activist of Ukrainian group Femen writes a text on the back of her fellow member in a flat as they prepare for an action at the Sunday's presidential election in Moscow.Reuters
Activists of Ukrainian group Femen prepare for an action at the Sunday's presidential election in Moscow.Reuters
Activists of Ukrainian group Femen prepare for an action at the Sunday's presidential election in Moscow.Reuters
Russian Prime Minister and presidential candidate Vladimir Putin, left, and his wife Lyudmila arrive at a polling station in Moscow, Russia, Sunday, March 4, 2012PA
A woman speaks on the phone in front of screens feeding live broadcast from polling stations via a network of webcams at an election commission situational centre in Moscow March 4, 2012.Reuters