first published on June 11, 2018 by Will
Disturbing security camera footage shows a grenade attack at a night club in Ukraine on June 10, 2018 that wounded eight people.
According to reports and security footage, a man wearing a balaclava face mask came into the busy “Luna” night club entrance in Sumy, Ukraine, and threw a grenade.
The weakling criminal can be seen struggling to pull the pin on the device, which is being reported as a RGD-5 anti personnel fragmentation grenade. One of the patrons, a young man, just stands there and watches the wannabe terrorist without any kind of reasonable reaction to either neutralize the attacker, warn other patrons, or run. He literally just stands there and watches as the events unfold.
The attacker attempts to throw the grenade deeper into the club, but it bounces back towards him as he makes a hasty escape. The grenade can be seen reentering the video frame as some of the club goers start realizing there is a very real problem and attempt to scatter.
The grenade explodes and cuts the security footage feed. Given the close proximity of the device to the people, it’s surprising that no one was instantly killed at the scene. However, one 24-year-old man and another person were severely injured and are currently in critical condition. Six others were hospitalized as well.
A 28-year-old man, the police are claiming is the assailant, was later captured. His motives for such an attack are still unclear.