Belarus's man disrupts operation of Moscow railway

A resident of Belarus blacked out the Moscow railway's control system when he decided to steal a copper wire. Several trains could have collided due to this.
But Moscow railways were fast to prevent the potential accidents. The 57-year-old Uladzimir Yaniuk says he feels embarassed because he can't believe that he was able to block the operation of the railway.

He said that he simply sut off copper wires of the electrical supply system, causing the delay of several trains and huge material losses. The railway police patrol detained the elderly Belarusians with a school bagasack on his back. Uladzimir Yaniuk is facing criminal charges and imprisonment, according to the Vesti-Moscow news agency.