In the village of Podgorensky, Voronezh region, Russian soldiers who returned from Ukraine detonated a grenade in the parking lot of a cafe. ASTRA writes about it.
According to the sources of the publication, mobilized sergeant Artem Shapovalov (pictured) and volunteer private Ivan Kireevsky, along with colleagues captain Sergei Cherdantsev and sergeant Murat Shamilev, came from the war, from the Kharkov region. All of them served in military unit No. 29760. On the evening of December 24, Shapovalov and Kireevsky were allowed to go to the store, but they went to the Lyudmila cafe. There, the military began to drink alcohol and staged a conflict with the visitors of the cafe, which turned into a fight.
At one point, Kireevsky took out an F-1 grenade and threw it into the parking lot. There was an explosion, as a result of which a local resident Sergei Chernogorov was injured. At the time of writing, he is in the hospital. Two cars and the building of the cafe itself were also damaged.
This is not the first time that the Russian military, while not at war, has been seen engaging in inappropriate behavior and/or mishandling weapons. So, at the end of November, in the Kursk region, a mobilized man accidentally shot a colleague from an AK-47 machine gun.