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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Assault rifle-toting Russians give new meaning to shotgun wedding with realistic prank | ABC News

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Creative proposals are common worldwide, but the Russian pranks stand out for their frightening realism and their roughness: in videos of the stunts online, actors almost indistinguishable from real police force people to lie on the floor and go through real questioning; in some, the wife-to-be is pinned with a gun pointed at her.

The women proposed to are sometimes terrified— perhaps not least because Russian police are known for routinely planting drugs and even minor possession charges can lead to years in jail. In one of Spetsnaz Show’s pranks, the pretend officers try to force a woman to sign a confession.

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