Russian man tries to beat closing time with tank

Erika Holt
January 12, 2018

This, however, is more extreme than most.

He crashed into a vehicle in the northwestern town of Apatity before smashing into the store and grabbing a bottle of red wine from Crimea, the Black Sea peninsula annexed from Ukraine by Russian strongman Vladimir Putin in 2014, The Sun of the United Kingdom reported. We would be, if we had to deal with temperatures like that. While driving, the man hit a parked vehicle before plowing into the front of the supermarket.

According to Reuters, the suspect stole the armored vehicle from a private training ground, drove it through a forest and smashed into the storefront in the small town of Apatity.

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One Russian man has given a whole new meaning to the phrase "getting tanked".

At least one auto was damaged during the escapade, during which the vehicle was driven erratically through the city before attempting to batter itts way into the store. Which ends this story on a bit of a damp squib, to be honest. The guy, who was apparently already drunk - you'd have to be wouldn't you? - didn't even get to enjoy his wine.

We don't imagine he'll be doing anything similar anytime soon.

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