Usually fire and smoke are an integral part of military training. But not when a soldier sets an armored vehicle on fire by accidentDmitry Vinogradov/Sputnik
A video has appeared on Youtube this month showing a Russian soldier in a bit of state. In the
The beginning of their dialogue goes like this (translated from very angry Russian):
- I was trying to reheat some food…
- Where did you **** try to reheat it?!
- Here… I just tried to set some grass on fire.
The Internet has already gone hard on the "arsonist".
Despite the video only just appearing on Youtube, the incident happened back in May 2017. In September 2017 a military court sentenced Merezhnikov to six months in a disciplinary battalion. Next time he sees a box of matches he’ll probably think twice.
You’re wrong if you think that it’s the only accident connected with Russian military vehicles that Russians talk about this month. Check out a story of a drunk man who stole an APC only to get a bottle of plonk.
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