Tanked Russian crashes armoured vehicle into store, steals a bottle of wine


The unnamed man stole the tank from a privately-run motorsport training ground and then drove it through a forest and into Apatity, a small town just south of the Arctic circle.

According to local media, he took a bottle of red wine made in the Crimea at the Massandra Winery, now owned by the Russian government following the Russian annexation of Crimea in 2014.

The joyride came to a dramatic halt when he struck a parked auto and crashed into the front of a local shop.

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He also crushed a auto during his joyride.

A man from the town of Apatity, Russia made a decision to go on a joyride in an armored personnel carrier. The man reportedly then stole a bottle of wine from the store. I had to laugh when it was pointed out that the shop was not licensed to sell alcohol at the time of the accident.

Witnesses visible in the footage did not seemed particularly disturbed by the incident.

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A man was arrested by authorities after he hijacked an armoured personnel carrier and took it on a joyride through the streets of a Russian town.

Pictures from the scene show the tracked vehicle covered in snow and slammed through the shattered glass of the supermarket.

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