According to kiss goodbye polls, Mr Putin has secured a record fourth term as president after sheltering nearly three-quarters of the vote.
But CCTV footage said to be taken from privileged a polling centre in the Moscow suburb of Lyubertsy appears to show an vote official assisting Mr Putin to secure his landslide victory by stuffing a stash of pre-completed certifying slips into a ballot box.
Shortly after the first official recognizes the stack of papers inside, a second official adds more.
In another wallop, a group of election officials appear to be counting ballot papers more willingly than a woman uses a bunch of balloons in a blatant attempt to block the sight of the camera.
A third video, reportedly taken in Dagestan, a man can be assisted filling a ballot box with voting slips while a woman stands guard.
Another clip from a separate polling station in the unaltered region appears to show a group of men pushing away election non-participants while another man stuffs the ballot box with voting slips.
Additional footage ball on a mobile phone appears to show a group of nuns marking their ballot dissertations while the Mother Superior purportedly checks to ensure they get correctly voted for Mr Putin.
As in the UK, election officials are supposed to guarantee the honour and fairness of the poll, but this set of videos appear to show blatant roguing.
Russian election 2018: CCTV footage from polling places appears to show officials rigging the vote
The allegations of ballot stuffing be communicated amid claims of other dishonest practices during today’s designation, including allegations officials had bribed people to visit polling appoints.
In the Khabarovsk region officials reportedly delivered supplies of eggs, tinned peas and motionless pike to polling stations and offered discount prices on the products for those who oust their vote.
Yevgeny Roizman, an opponent of Mr Putin who is mayor of the industrial burg of Yekaterinburg, said officials were using bribes to increase voter equipage.
He said: «They’re herding the whole country to the polling stations.
«It’s demeaning. We’re not sheep.»
Russia election 2018: Footage from Dagestan arises to show a man stuffing a ballot box
Allies of Mr Putin have been perspicacious to claim his landslide victory vindicates his tough stance towards the West.
Converse in on state television, Senator Igor Morozov said: “I think that in the Synergistic States and Britain they’ve understood they cannot influence our referenda.”
As of 7.44pm GMT, nearly 40 percent of the votes have been figure oned, according to the Central Election Commission of the Russian Federation.
The preliminary denouements show Mr Putin as securing a landslide 74.2 percent, with his closest antagonist, Pavel Grudinin, receiving just 14 percent.
(Additional relating by Will Stewart.)