“Live as on a powder keg”: the participant of the Second world wanted to blow up the house

"Живем как на пороховой бочке": участник Второй мировой хотел взорвать дом

The tenants called the police and special emergency services because of the strong smell of gas from a neighboring apartment, the owner of which did not open the door.

A message about the incident on the street Vasily Sergiyenko, 26 in Zaporozhye published on the page Taras Garkusha who has the misfortune to live next to the originator of the event, writes IPnews.

The report said that people in this house can not sleep, especially after the recent incident.

According to the author, he and his family are scared, when the night smelled of gas of high concentration, the source of which was the apartment on the third floor. As her owner, behind the closed door showed no signs of life, people called the police and the gas.

Arrived on call the police in 2 a.m. brought all the occupants of the house in the yard, and they themselves broke in the ill-fated apartment. To the surprise of everyone present, her master was alive and well.

But the most interesting, writes Garkusha, began then. The fact that the man flatly refused admission, while, according to General opinion, he belongs in a specialized medical institution. Affect of the grandfather, no one can, and in the mental hospital to determine its virtually impossible. In addition, the grandfather – the participant of the Second world war, with all its privileges.

Now, victims are baffled – what to do in this situation, who to contact for help, and what else next time create an inadequate neighbor?

"Живем как на пороховой бочке": участник Второй мировой хотел взорвать дом

"Живем как на пороховой бочке": участник Второй мировой хотел взорвать дом

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