Russia-Ukraine: War fanatic orders £20,000 worth of drones but gets sex toys | UK News
A Russian war volunteer spent £20,000 on drones for Vladimir Putin’s troops – but thanks to hackers he was sent dildos and strap-ons instead.
Mikhail Luchin, 34, specifically raised the huge amount of money for the Russian military to help devastate Ukraine.
But the Cyber Resistance Group interfered with his order, leaving him with tens of thousands of pounds worth of sex toys that are said to be non-returnable.
“Instead of drones, Mischa [Mikhail] will now send to the intruder [troops] Trucks with dildos, strap-ons and other useful things for every Russian that we ordered and paid with their card on AliExpress,” the hackers said.
At first, Luchin said he would simply return the items to AliExpress and get his money back.
He has now apparently recognized that this is not possible.
“I will open a sex shop here [in Russia]make 300% profit and buy three times more drones,” he has now vowed to himself.
He also told his followers, “It would be good to have a calibre [missile]’To attack the cyber agents.
The Cyber Resistance group told the InformNapalm website that its mission is “important.”
“He raised money and spent it on buying drones for the Russian army,” they said.
“So it was important to write it off for something else. We decided to order him some [sex] toys.’
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https://metro.co.uk/2023/04/05/russia-ukraine-war-fanatic-orders-20000-of-drones-but-gets-sex-toys-18560584/ Russia-Ukraine: War fanatic orders £20,000 worth of drones but gets sex toys | UK News