Story By: Anna Casap, Sub Editor: Joseph Golder, Agency: Central European News
Video Credit: CEN/@Andriy Zamakhin
This is the moment a 62-year-old man – found with Nazi memorabilia at his home – takes a pee in a city centre before shooting the security guard who told him off in the head.
The unnamed security guard, born in 1979, is currently fighting for his life in intensive care after being shot in the head twice, according to local media.
The incident was filmed by a CCTV camera at around 11pm outside the Botanic Cafe in the city of Poltava in the central Ukrainian region of the same name.
In the footage, the 62-year-old suspect, whose home was reportedly found with eight weapons and Nazi memorabilia, is seen putting his bag over his shoulder.
Picture Credit: CEN/@Andriy Zamakhin
He then appears to urinate in a bush before the guard arrives and tells him off.
Apparently outraged at being castigated, the suspect starts to rummage through his bag and pulls out a gun.
The gunman does not hesitate as he points the firearm at the guard and shoots.
He ruthlessly stands over the victim’s limp body and fires at his head at least once more.
According to reports, the police launched an investigation and arrested the suspected the following evening.
The regional prosecutor’s office said that eight weapons, ammunition, fake documents and memorabilia with Nazi symbols were found at his home.
Meanwhile, the victim has already undergone one operation for the bullet wounds to his head is said to be in critical condition in intensive care, according to local media.
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