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Ukrainian soldiers play curling with anti-tank mines. The video goes viral

Maksym InshakovSport
The video takes over the web

In their free time, our soldiers try to relieve stress with sports. A video of the Ukrainian Armed Forces playing curling with TM-62 anti-tank mines has gone viral on the Internet.

The video shows a Ukrainian sapper repeatedly launching a mine without a fuse over the makeshift ice, while another soldier, stripped to the torso, jokingly tries to regulate the movement of the munition with a mop.

The video, which was posted on TikTok by a user with the nickname Patrik Pavlov, garnered more than 5,000 likes and about 100,000 views in a few hours.

Ukrainian soldiers play curling with anti-tank mines. The video goes viral

"Curling for Iron Cossacks... Instead of the original pucks, TM62 anti-tank mines were used," the video's author captioned the clip.

Ukrainian soldiers play curling with anti-tank mines. The video goes viral

For reference: TM-62M is an anti-tank blast mine. The explosion occurs when a tank track or vehicle wheel hits the top cover of the mine.

The mine has a charge of explosives inside the round box and a fuze on top. The handle for carrying the mine is made of webbing and is easily removable. The pressure sensitivity is 200-500 kg.

Ukrainian soldiers play curling with anti-tank mines. The video goes viral

It should be noted that after the full-scale invasion began, a video of civilian cars driving over a section of road near Borodianka in Kyiv region that was mined with TM-62M went viral too.

Ukrainian soldiers play curling with anti-tank mines. The video goes viral

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