The Wolf Pack runs Wild in Putin’s Russia!

This Youtube Video is amazing for two entirely different reasons.

First, it shows a Russian policeman actually stopping a vehicle on the highway for a violation — in this case, only one working headlight.  The norm in Putin’s Russia, of course, would be for a cop to stop a driver for no reason other than to collect a fat, juicy bribe for continued passage.  That doesn’t mean, of course, that this officer didn’t intend to ignore the violation in exchange for such a bribe, just one one of many reasons that Russia’s roads are among the world’s most dangerous.

But even more shocking is what happens next.

As the officer is conversing with the driver, a massive pack of wolves appears behind him and charges right down the middle of the highway, which is by Russian standards very highly advanced.  This is not, in other words, the middle of nowhere.  And wolves, not the police, own the roads.

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7 responses to “The Wolf Pack runs Wild in Putin’s Russia!

  1. Haha, the cop on the other side of the road did it as well!! Very “alert” cops indeed, saved their own bacon, and of course the first thing they did was convene a little conference to discuss it…

  2. Honestly, I’m sure they’re dogs. They are everywhere in Russia. Still worth jumping in the car, though. Most won’t bother you, but that was a pretty huge pack. Better safe than sorry.

  3. Two little piggies and a big bad wolf.

  4. “Seen on Russia Today,” huh, team?:)

  5. Some good evidence that this video may be faked.

  6. Fake: http://tiny.cc/gp0tl
    (the site is in Dutch, but the short movies, proving it is fake, need no language)

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