'Ukrainian Sniper' Dressed As Predator Says His Heart Is 'Broken' By The War
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A Ukrainian 'sniper' has been captured on camera sitting on the ground in grassy camouflage gear, with a Predator mask to complete the scary-as-hell look.
There have been plenty of garish looks that have appeared since the war began but this is up there.
Viral footage of the soldier has been posted to social media and it's gone absolutely viral.
One of his fellow soldiers can be heard saying in the video: "Casper, say something to the camera."
Casper can be seen fiddling with what looks like a can of energy drink as he launches into some pretty weird dialogue.
"My heart is broken like a glass and there's no sense in living further," Casper can be heard saying, as per the English translation.
"I invited you to a dance and you said $2,000 per hour."
He then smirks and salutes his own joke.
Honestly, Casper, you can do what you like dressed as Predator, because we'd be running like hell in the other direction if we saw you on the battlefield.
The internet has lit up with people enjoying the hell out of this soldier's cheeky way to thumb his nose at the Russia invaders.
One person said: "Predators (Ukraine Freedom fighter) against Aliens (Russian Orks). Predators wins in all movies against Aliens, because [there is] more brain in the head of a Ukrainian fighter."
A second added: "S**t they have the predator on their side. If you see a telltale glint it's his cloaking device."
A third chipped in with: "I love the spirit and humour of these heroes."
Russia's invasion of Ukraine began on February 24.
In the last four months since Putin's 'special military operation' began in Ukraine, more than 7.7 million people have fled the now war-torn nation, as per the UN.
The Russian invasion has attracted global scorn, with Ashurst reporting that sanctions against Putin, his cronies, and his nation are currently imposed by the US, EU, UK, Canada, Australia.
Russia has also been shunned on a global scale by corporations, events, and sporting competitions.
More than 1,000 companies, including Meta (formerly Facebook) McDonalds, Starbucks, Coca-Cola, have axed operations in Russia, as per a wide-ranging report from Yale.
Major banks have also suspended operations for Russian customers.
They were also banned from competing at Wimbledon.
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Featured Image Credit: YouTube/Voices For Ukraine.
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