Chevrons left by his twin pilots as a sign of remembrance were stolen from the grave of Juice pilot killed in the crash. Photo
On the grave of the military pilot Andriy Pilshchikov with the call sign "Juice", who died in the plane crash, was vandalized. Unknown persons stole chevrons.
They were left by the pilot's brothers as a sign of remembrance. This was reported by the girl with whom the pilot met, Melania Podoliak in the social network X, formerly known as Twitter (to see the photo, scroll to the end of the page).
There were about 20 chevrons on Juice's grave, which were left by his twin soldiers during the farewell ceremony as a sign of remembrance for the pilot. However, a few days after the funeral, the chevrons disappeared.
The girl asked the unknown vandal to write to her to return the chevrons. Moreover, she promised to give something much more unique and valuable in return.
She also noted that if the vandal returned the chevrons on his own, no one would recognize his name.
"To the person who stole the chevrons that were left on Andriy's grave by his brothers. Write to me in private messages. I will give you something much more unique and valuable in return, and you will put the chevrons back where they belong. No one will recognize your name," wrote Melania Podolyak.
We will remind, as a result of the crash killed a famous Ukrainian pilot Andriy Pilshchikov with the call sign "Juice". It happened during the collision of training and combat aircraft L-39 over Zhytomyr region, with "Juice" died two more pilots.
Earlier it was reported that in the Patriarchal Cathedral of the Resurrection of Christ UGCC of Kyiv on August 29 said goodbye to the dead military pilot Andriy Pilshchikov with the call sign "Juice" . His life was cut short in a plane crash on August 25.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL, in Podilsky district of the capital near the mural "Ghost of Kyiv" people created a memorial dedicated to Andriy "Juice" Pilshchikov, who died on August 25 as a result of a plane crash. People left a photo of the Ukrainian pilot and brought flowers, toys, and lit candles.