As the Ukraine-Russia war continues for the eighth day, a Russian influencer has posted how to use abandoned/captured Russian armoured vehicles
Even as the world was still reeling under the prolonged chaos caused by COVID, the Russia-Ukraine war that started on February 24 2022 left everyone quite shocked. With an end nowhere in sight, the Russian invasion of Ukraine could continue for more days to come. However, in all these days, there have been several incidents of great valour and patriotism by the Ukrainian civilians who have even managed to thwart attempts of the well-equipped Russian army. In fact, many Russian soldiers are known to have abandoned their vehicles and fled either due to the resistance by the Ukrainians or simply due to running out of fuel.
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No wonder, then, that many Ukrainian civilians have decided to have a go at the defence vehicles left behind on their soil. And just to give them a fair idea of how to drive these, a social media influencer from Russia has come up with a tutorial video. The video you see above was originally posted by mechanic Nastya Tuman on her TikTok which can’t be embedded here and hence, here is its reposted version on Youtube.
In the original video, Tuman has stated, “If you come across a free or abandoned armored personnel carrier – keep a life hack on how to launch it. This might be a pretty useful advice for Ukrainian civilians running helter-skelter trying to safeguard themselves and their family from the Russian invasion. The vehicle being shown seems to be a small tank of sorts but the details of the model aren’t available as of now.
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There isn’t much available about Nastya Tuman either, at least, not in a language that we can comprehend but from the looks of it, she was born to Ukrainian parents but grew up in Russia. She is not only a social media influencer but even a mechanic who surely knows how to tinker with all this stuff. She has a huge following of 4.1 million on Tiktok, 1.7 million on Youtube and a little less than a million followers on the Instagram. Ukrainians are surely going through some tough times of late but we’re hopeful such useful advices from geniuses like Nastya could come handy to at least some.