فوجی نے گرنیڈ کی پن نکالی، دوست کو بم پکڑا کر بھاگ گیا

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یوکرین کے ایک فوجی نے گرنیڈ کی پن نکال کر اپنے فوجی دوست کو بم پکڑایا اور بھاگ گیا۔

یوکرین کے شہر دنیپروپیترووسک میں ایک فوجی نے جھگڑے کے دوران اپنے دوست سے کہا ‘اسے پکڑو’۔

دوست سمجھا کہ اسے موبائل پکڑایا جا رہا ہے۔ جب دوسرے دوست نے گرنیڈ دیکھا تو اس وقت تک پہلا فوجی دوست گرنیڈ کی پن نکال کر بھاگ چکا تھا۔

Pic Shows: Man with a grenade and policeman Alexander Tsukanov; A soldier is in trouble after he pulled the pin from a grenade, passed it to his friend and ran off. The pair, whose names have not been released, had fallen out and been fighting in the city of Dnipro in south-eastern Ukraine's Dnipropetrovsk Oblast region. The soldier, who had just returned from active duty in the War in Donbass in eastern Ukraine, said to his pal: "Here hold this." The man put his hand out, expecting to receive the man's mobile phone, only to see what looked alarmingly like a live grenade. The soldier had pulled out the pin and ran off so his pal automatically pressed down on the weapon's safety lever to stop it detonating. But the man realised he could not hold it forever and - with no place safe to throw it - started screaming for help. Passersby rushed to his aid and, seeing the grenade in his hand, called the police who raced to the scene. Policeman Alexander Tsukanov, noticing the man was tiring, bravely helped him hold onto the grenade's safety lever. And passersby even used sticky tape to secure their hands to the grenade so they did not slip off, triggering an explosion. Bomb squad experts finally arrived on the scene - and quickly determined that the F1 grenade was a replica with no explosive inside. The soldier was later arrested at his home nearby. He faces serious charges and up to seven years in jail if he is convicted.

پن نکلے گرنیڈ کو دیکھ کر دوسرے دوست نے فوری طور پر اس کا سیفٹی لیور دبا دیا تاکہ یہ پھٹ نہ سکے۔

جب دوسرے دوست کو احساس ہوا کہ وہ گرنیڈ کو زیادہ دیر تک پکڑے کھڑا نہیں رہ سکتا اور وہاں کوئی ایسی جگہ بھی نہیں جہاں اسے پھینکا جا سکے تو اس نے چیخنا شروع کر دیا۔

Pic Shows: Man with a grenade and policeman Alexander Tsukanov; A soldier is in trouble after he pulled the pin from a grenade, passed it to his friend and ran off. The pair, whose names have not been released, had fallen out and been fighting in the city of Dnipro in south-eastern Ukraine's Dnipropetrovsk Oblast region. The soldier, who had just returned from active duty in the War in Donbass in eastern Ukraine, said to his pal: "Here hold this." The man put his hand out, expecting to receive the man's mobile phone, only to see what looked alarmingly like a live grenade. The soldier had pulled out the pin and ran off so his pal automatically pressed down on the weapon's safety lever to stop it detonating. But the man realised he could not hold it forever and - with no place safe to throw it - started screaming for help. Passersby rushed to his aid and, seeing the grenade in his hand, called the police who raced to the scene. Policeman Alexander Tsukanov, noticing the man was tiring, bravely helped him hold onto the grenade's safety lever. And passersby even used sticky tape to secure their hands to the grenade so they did not slip off, triggering an explosion. Bomb squad experts finally arrived on the scene - and quickly determined that the F1 grenade was a replica with no explosive inside. The soldier was later arrested at his home nearby. He faces serious charges and up to seven years in jail if he is convicted.

اس کی چیخ و پکار سن کر اور گرنیڈ دیکھ کر راہ گیروں نے پولیس کو بلا لیا۔

پولیس آفیسر الیگزینڈر سوکانوف نے جب دیکھا کہ ایک شخص گرنیڈ پکڑے تھک گیا تو اس نے ساتھ مل کر سیفٹی لیور دبا دیا۔

دلچسپ صورت حال اس وقت پیدا ہوئی  جب وہاں موجود لوگوں نے پولیس آفیسر اور دوسرے فوجی دوست کے ہاتھ بھی ٹیپ سے باندھ دئیے تاکہ بم ڈسپوزل اسکواڈ کے وہاں پہنچنے سے پہلے گرنیڈ پھٹ نہ جائے۔

بم ڈسپوزل اسکواڈ وہاں پہنچا تو معلوم ہوا کہ یہ گرنیڈ نقلی تھا، اس میں کسی قسم کا دھماکہ خیز مواد نہیں تھا۔

Pic Shows: The grenade looked like a military grenade F-1; A soldier is in trouble after he pulled the pin from a grenade, passed it to his friend and ran off. The pair, whose names have not been released, had fallen out and been fighting in the city of Dnipro in south-eastern Ukraine's Dnipropetrovsk Oblast region. The soldier, who had just returned from active duty in the War in Donbass in eastern Ukraine, said to his pal: "Here hold this." The man put his hand out, expecting to receive the man's mobile phone, only to see what looked alarmingly like a live grenade. The soldier had pulled out the pin and ran off so his pal automatically pressed down on the weapon's safety lever to stop it detonating. But the man realised he could not hold it forever and - with no place safe to throw it - started screaming for help. Passersby rushed to his aid and, seeing the grenade in his hand, called the police who raced to the scene. Policeman Alexander Tsukanov, noticing the man was tiring, bravely helped him hold onto the grenade's safety lever. And passersby even used sticky tape to secure their hands to the grenade so they did not slip off, triggering an explosion. Bomb squad experts finally arrived on the scene - and quickly determined that the F1 grenade was a replica with no explosive inside. The soldier was later arrested at his home nearby. He faces serious charges and up to seven years in jail if he is convicted.

گرنیڈ پکڑا کر بھاگنے والے فوجی کو قریب واقع اس کے گھر سے گرفتار کر لیا گیا ہے۔ جبکہ اسے 7 سال قید کی سزا سنائی جا سکتی ہے۔

Pic Shows: Man with a grenade and policemen; A soldier is in trouble after he pulled the pin from a grenade, passed it to his friend and ran off. The pair, whose names have not been released, had fallen out and been fighting in the city of Dnipro in south-eastern Ukraine's Dnipropetrovsk Oblast region. The soldier, who had just returned from active duty in the War in Donbass in eastern Ukraine, said to his pal: "Here hold this." The man put his hand out, expecting to receive the man's mobile phone, only to see what looked alarmingly like a live grenade. The soldier had pulled out the pin and ran off so his pal automatically pressed down on the weapon's safety lever to stop it detonating. But the man realised he could not hold it forever and - with no place safe to throw it - started screaming for help. Passersby rushed to his aid and, seeing the grenade in his hand, called the police who raced to the scene. Policeman Alexander Tsukanov, noticing the man was tiring, bravely helped him hold onto the grenade's safety lever. And passersby even used sticky tape to secure their hands to the grenade so they did not slip off, triggering an explosion. Bomb squad experts finally arrived on the scene - and quickly determined that the F1 grenade was a replica with no explosive inside. The soldier was later arrested at his home nearby. He faces serious charges and up to seven years in jail if he is convicted.

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