A huge armored bus coined the ‘Bronebus’ appeared on the Cardesign.ru website, where people upload (you guessed it) car designs. It’s the kind of vehicle the police would love to have to control rowdy crowds, but sadly for the
Alexander Bushuev (a fictional character) dreamed up the fortified truck – complete with water cannons and reinforced windows – and in a
As expected, Russian social media picked up on the prank – and started suggesting other possible uses for the bus.
If you thought it was a computer simulation for April's Fool, then no it's not. It is a real thing from police, now on the streets of Moscow pic.twitter.com/tOadoNlutO— English Russia (@EnglishRussia1) 2 April 2018
В России разработали бронебус, который предназначен для работы полиции. Теперь о зомби-апокалипсисе можно не волноваться, да и митинги будут интересней pic.twitter.com/jSjszcCP8M— Новости. Как есть (@nourlnews) 1 April 2018
“Ready for beating xenomorphs”
- Для борьбы с ксеноморфами уже готовы. pic.twitter.com/1eGRVNqUIn— Чёткий ТАСС (@ChetkiyTASS) 2 April 2018
“How do you like that, Elon Musk?”
“For Putin's universal soldiers”
Для универсальных солдат Путина pic.twitter.com/Lj3ZaNfByN— Oleksii Zavhorodnii (@OleksiiZ_UA) 2 April 2018
People were also asking if the Troika city transport card would work on the
If you want more of Russian humor, watch how a Russian cosmonaut rides a vacuum cleaner in space.
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