Source Pravda.Ru

A trolleybus was hijacked in Kiev

A curious incident has recently happened in the capital of Ukraine, Kiev. A guy hijacked a trolleybus. As it was reported, the militia men received a message, saying some guy hijacked a trolleybus without any passengers and that the trolleybus disappeared. It really disappeared, because the system of trolleybus routes in that part of the city had a lot of branches, so it was not an easy thing to find it immediately. It took the militia men 30 minutes to find the trolleybus. As it turned out, a hijacker was a 24-year-old guy. He refused explain, why he had done such a stupid thing, but it could be easily seen the guy was very drunk. Vodka is really a miracle worker. -dos-

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