Russian Tank used to get wine!
A drunk man (Unnamed) stole the armoured 'Tank' vehicle from a Russian military driving school in Murmansk (Russia), crashing into other cars and a store front shattering its glass.
He drove the tank through the city before arriving at a supermarket to snatch himself a bottle of wine.
On the way to the store the man smashed the tank into random cars, incl. a Daewoo car seen in the video which was totally damaged.
At the arrival to the store, he ploughes the tank into the stores front glass shattering it in pieces.
He then hopped out and snatched himself a Bottle of his Favorite Red "Myckat" wine. Police managed to arrest him after running away with a bottle of wine, and plans to press charges.
The video and Pictures shows the "Tank" vehicle slammed through the supermarkets front glass.
The front of the store is totally caved with shattered glass laying everywhere. The truck was surrounded by police cars for further investigation.
And right behind the "Tank" vehicle is the crushed remains of the Daewoo Car, with its trunk and rear corner totally smashed.
Police said he stole the military vehicle which was covered with snow from a local military training Schoolon in a forest near Murmansk. The armoured vehicle known as an M-1970 is a Soviet era APC designed to be fully amphibious. It can tow loads of 6,500 kg items. Currently Russia has around 6,500 of them in active service.
He stole one of the "Red" Myckat Wine Bottles, which is known as a Patriotic Drink. The Wine is made in Crimea Ukraine by Vladimir Putin back in 2014.
The media reported that the man was drunk, and was detained by shoppers firt who chased him from the store. Durring the arrest he willingly allowed the police to arrest him, without resisting.
He did all of this, just to to buy his favorite bottle of wine from store. But ended up stealing it.
By TV One
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