A GTA style robbery in Russia has been caught on film by a camera placed on the dashboard of a car.
I’m sure most of you have played GTA (Grand Theft Auto) at least one time in your lifetime and you know what we’re talking about, but it seems that the barrier between a video game and reality is severely crossed in Russia. As you can see from the video posted below, a black Volvo S80 is driving very slow on a jammed road in Moscow Russia and, as soon as the cars in front are stopping, the driver of the Swedish model pulls its vehicle diagonally on the road and in the next second, three men wearing black clothes jump instantly from the car and just a few seconds later, they come back holding some stolen goods in their hands.
In the chaos of the “event” and with the adrenaline pumping hard in his body, the driver of the Volvo S80 is trying to get away from the scene of the crime in no time and hits a few cars on the way. This is probably the first robbery in the world, ever, when a Volvo is being used, because we all know who drives a Volvo usually. You can watch the video with the robbery below and ignore the date written on it because the incident took place in December 6, 2011.
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