Russian Army Send-Off Party Ends In Bloodbath

Story ByAnastasia Smirnova, Sub EditorJoseph Golder,AgencyCentral European News 

Video Credit:  CEN/@mk_srochno

This is the moment a woman in a blood-soaked coat helps others to drag an unconscious man out of the building during a send-off party for the topless victim before he was to leave to join the army.

The incident was filmed in the town of Domodedovo just outside the western Russian capital Moscow when the unnamed conscript, who is seen unconscious in the footage, decided to hold a party before his departure with the army.

During the alcohol-fuelled bash, the conscript reportedly started brawling with party guests.

Picture Credit: CEN/@mk_srochno

Female neighbour Lilia S. told local media: “He first started fighting with his friends before cutting his hand with a knife.

“The party then moved from the flat to the building’s entrance hall where another fight began.

According to the neighbour, the conscript was calmed down by a pal, but was seen being carried out of the building by two men a few minutes later.

The men were accompanied by a young woman whose coat was covered in blood, as seen in the footage.

According to local media, the building’s walls and floor are still partially covered in blood following the riotous party.

Meanwhile, local residents said that they have not seen the conscript since the party and are unsure if he left with the army or is seriously injured from the incident.

It is unclear whether the local authorities are investigating the matter.

Netizen ‘Pofenshuyu’ said: “I have re-watched that video five times and still don’t understand what is going on there.”

‘Puklya’ commented: “This is crazy.”

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Anastasia Smirnova

I am a senior writer and correspondent with several years experience working as a contributor for various publications.