Russians stole Play Station 4 from Mariupol, then wrote to the post office with a request to provide a password

The occupiers distinguished themselves again. This time, the Russian military stole a PlayStation 4 from a resident of Mariupol, and then wrote him an e-mail requesting a password from the account.

Anatoliy Ostapenko wrote about this on Twitter.
correspondence with the occupier

The screenshots show the occupier asking the owner of the console to provide a password to enter the hidden games. Without receiving an answer, he wrote “Did you answer or did you die?”

The owner of the console, which can cost up to 30 thousand hryvnias, of course did not provide a password, so the occupier will have to enjoy the game console only as a decoration for the interior.

We will remind, on May 13 the Kharkiv regional prosecutor’s office reported about looters who robbed Ukrainians in the conditions of war. In addition, Mykhailo Fedorov, the Minister of Digital Transformation, asked to provide photos and videos of the occupiers who looted the cities of Ukraine.

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