Russian man smashes into store with tank, steals wine

Russian Man Steals Tank Crashes Into Shop To Get More Wine

Russian man crashes tank into shop and demands wine

A Russian man has taken unsafe driving to a new level by crashing a stolen tank into a supermarket, allegedly while drunk.

Ploughing the 12-ton tank through the glass front of the store, he hopped out and snatched himself the booze before running off.

"Basically some guy stole an armored vehicle. and went into a shop to top up his stocks in the morning", the social media user described, whilst filming the snow-covered scene out of his window.

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An drunken man in northwest Russian Federation stole an armored vehicle and crashed it into a shop window, wrecking a nearby auto.

Police detained the man and found him to be drunk.

According to Russian news site, a 29-year-old man, who has not been named, stole an armoured vehicle from a military driving school in the north-west Russian town of Apatity. The vehicle came into service in the 1960s and is amphibious, carries up to 11 crew and can tow 6,500kg.

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Patriotically, the Russian took a bottle of red made in Crimea - the peninsula annexed by Vladimir Putin back in 2014.

The hijacker didn't resist arrest when he was seized by the local traffic police.

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