Source Pravda.Ru

Man attacks blaring baby car with an ax in Siberia

At about 1 o'clock a.m., a resident of Russia's Novosibirsk ran out of his house with an ax in his hands and attacked a Daewoo Matiz baby car that was parked near the building. It turned out that the car had the horn signal clamped due to a fault with the wiring. The sound of the alarm would not let the man sleep, so he took drastic measures to stop the noise.

Smashing the car with an ax, he crushed the windshield, damaged the lights, turn signals and the radiator grille. Afterwards, the man attempted to attack the owner of the car, a woman, but taxi drivers, who were standing nearby, did not let the man harm the woman.

The attacker has not been identified, but the building was under video surveillance, so the brutal attack against the baby car was filmed.

The owner of the vehicle filed a police claim against the man and intends to make him pay the repairing costs - about $1,000. The woman added that should the offender decides not to reimburse voluntarily, she would seek a compensation at court.

 

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