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A videograb shows man holding an anti-tank mine.
Gulf Today Report
Amid fierce battle between Russia and Ukraine, a video of a Ukrainian removing a anti-tank mine with bare hands with a cigarette in is mouth has gone viral.
Netizens are all praise for the brave Ukrainian, who in the video seems not at all perturbed by the unexploded anti-tank mine in his hands.
In the video the Ukrainian can be seen puffing a cigarette and taking the mine away from a road.
The video is said to be from Berdyansk, a port city in southeast Ukraine.
The video however didn’t show as to how the brave man got rid of the anti-tank mine as it ends while the man is still walking towards a green area.
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