In Russia, a man and a woman tried to burn down the military registration and enlistment office by throwing whiskey and kefir bottles.

According to journalists, the pensioner allegedly acted on the instructions of the “Ukrainian curator” with whom he communicated on WhatsApp messenger. It is stated that both detainees face up to 20 years in prison.

In Podolsk, Russia, local people tried to burn down the military registration and enlistment office twice in one day. This was reported by the Russian publication SHOT.

So one day, around 9:30 pm, a woman approached the commissariat on Lenin Boulevard and threw a bottle of 12-year-old Macallan whiskey containing an unknown blend into the window of the building. There was no fire; The bottle just broke the glass.

53-year-old Maria K. was detained at the scene.

The second attempt occurred a few hours later at around 0:20. This time, 66-year-old Alexander Ch., who was previously convicted of theft, attacked the military recruitment and recruitment office with Molotov cocktails in kefir bottles. He was also immediately detained because the building was already guarded by law enforcement.

It turned out that the retiree was acting on the instructions of a “Ukrainian curator” who sent instructions to the Russian via WhatsApp. The window frame caught fire as a result of arson, but the guard managed to extinguish the fire in a short time.

Investigators are currently working with both arsonists. They each face up to 20 years in prison.

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It was previously reported that passersby in Lvov “beat” a member of the TCC staff. The agency has already responded and promised to conduct an investigation.

Source: Focus


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