Occupiers in Crimea complained about sea drones attack: Russians and their supporters threw a tantrum
On the night of Friday, October 6, explosions were heard in the temporarily occupied Sevastopol (Crimea). It was reported to be an alleged attack by naval drones on the facilities of the Russian Black Sea Fleet.
The occupation authorities tried to assure residents that Russian forces were repelling an "enemy" attack. However, the Russians and their supporters threw a tantrum over the noisy night (to see the photos, scroll down to the end of the news).
It is noted that loud sounds were heard in the area of the Northern Pier (Sevastopol Bay). According to the so-called governor of the city, the Black Sea Fleet units faced an attack by two unmanned sea boats.
He explained the "loud sounds" as the work of the fleet's anti-submarine warfare units.
At the same time, supporters of the Russian Federation in Crimea began to complain about a "rough night." Some claimed that they were being attacked by Ukrainians, while others tried to accuse the British.
The occupiers' henchmen also complained that no one had warned them again, meaning that no warning signals about any threat appeared in Sevastopol.
As OBOZREVATEL reported, the previous explosion was heard in Sevastopol on October 4. Locals reported explosions and machine gun fire.