In St. Petersburg, a 75-year-old local resident set fire to a minibus parked next to the military registration and enlistment office on the embankment of the Fontanka River, 90. Fontanka reports this.
The publication published a video from surveillance cameras, which shows how the woman takes a bottle out of her bag, pours it over the hood of the car and sets it on fire. She then leaves, but a man catches up and stops her. The minibus, as Fontanka writes, was quickly extinguished; The St. Petersburg woman herself, who was “covered in gasoline,” was not injured.
The pensioner was detained by patrol officers, and an investigative team arrived at the scene. It is still unknown what the St. Petersburg woman is charged with.
Later, Fontanka, without citing sources, reported that the pensioner’s target, according to preliminary data, was the military registration and enlistment office – she walked towards it, talking on the phone with “FSB officers.” When a minibus met her on the way, she told her interlocutors that she could not come closer to the building. To this they replied: “Burn the car,” the publication claims.
Fontanka also published a video in which a man who stopped a pensioner asks: “Why did you set my car on fire? Who told you?”
To this the pensioner replies: “I don’t know, I don’t know anything” and “Get away from me, everyone.” During her arrest, she continued to talk on the phone. The policeman eventually took it away from the woman.
Baza claims that the St. Petersburg woman shouted “Glory to Ukraine!” when she doused the car with lighter fluid. She did this on the instructions of the scammers, adds the telegram channel.