She may have been able to pull off the long trousers look if she had been wearing heels, but in her flat black pumps the excess material trailed on the ground.
“The law in St Petersburg, which came into effect last March explicitly bans public displays among minors for the propagation of homosexuality, lesbianism, bisexuality or trans-genderism,“ Mr Zaitsev told The Times.
She added if they won the case, the money would be sent to orphanages.'Maybe someone does not see the link but after Madonna's concert maybe some boy becomes gay, some girl becomes lesbian, fewer children are born as a result and this big country cannot defend its borders - for me it causes moral suffering,' said Alexei Kolotkov, another of the activists who filed the suit.
Earlier this year free speech in the country took a hit when the three members of the punk band were sentenced to two years in prison for a protest outside Moscow's main cathedral against Vladimir Putin and his relationship with the Russian Orthodox Church.
A Russian court intends to put the singer Madonna on trial within the next fortnight for supposedly promoting gay rights at a controversial concert last summer.
The case looks set to pit a government that is trying to stamp out western decadence against a pop star renowned for her provacative and controversial performances over a three-decade career.