A drunk guy stole an armored carrier then promptly crashed it

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A Russian man was arrested after stealing an armored personnel carrier from a secured facility and using it to ran his way into a store to take a bottle of wine.

The man originally stole the vehicle from a a "motorsport training ground" nearby, drove it through a forest, and then finally through the window of a convenience store. In a surprise to nobody, witnesses reported the driver was already inebriated when he crashed the combat vehicle into the store.

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Russian TV channel Vesti said the suspect was also "bored" which it cited as the reason why the man stole the tank.

Unable to turn around in a narrow street and having crushed a auto parked nearby, the man rammed the tank into the front of a convenience store. A parked auto also was heavily damaged.

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Police said they detained the man and found him to be drunk.

According to regional news outlet, the unnamed culprit took the vehicle from a driving school, before failing to negotiate a bend, destroying a auto, and crashing into the shop front in the north-western town of Apatity. I had to laugh when it was pointed out that the shop was not licensed to sell alcohol at the time of the accident.

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