Russian troops boobytrap 10-year-old girl's PIANO

Russian troops boobytrap 10-year-old girl’s PIANO: Horrified mother finds grenade hidden inside instrument after returning to family home ransacked by Putin’s ‘b*****d’ soldiers

  • Tatiana Monko said she found a grenade in a piano when they returned to Bucza
  • Her daughter wanted to play instrument but Tatiana lifted the lid to look inside
  • The horrified mother had spotted a VOG-25P grenade attached to its hammers 

A Ukrainian mother has branded Russian soldiers ‘b******s’ after they boobytrapped her award-winning 10-year-old daughter’s piano with a grenade.

Forced to flee their home in Bucza following Russia’s invasion, Tatiana Monko returned home with daughter Daryna last week.

Despite their apartment being ransacked and Daryna’s prized autographed poster of her favourite band being ripped to pieces, the first thing she wanted to do was play her piano.

Forced to flee their home in Bucza following Russia’s invasion, Tatiana Monko returned home with daughter Daryna last week

But as the talented 10-year-old sat down and began playing, Tatiana noticed that her daughter’s trophies on top of the piano had been moved.

Lifting the lid and peering inside, the horrified mother spotted the explosive, a VOG-25P grenade, attached to the piano’s hammers.

Fuming Tatiana told local media: ‘I want the whole world to know what these b******s are doing.

‘At the age of six she started singing and chess, last year she took fourth place in the regional chess tournament, is still in the theatre studio, played cameo roles in TV series, and the last two years started the piano and accordion.

Lifting the lid and peering inside, the horrified mother spotted the explosive, a VOG-25P grenade, attached to the piano’s hammers

A Ukrainian mother has branded Russian soldiers ‘b******s’ after they boobytrapped her award-winning 10-year-old daughter’s piano with a grenade

‘We do not know how many more talented young Ukrainian children will be at risk of this war, or how many of them were killed or kidnapped by the Russians.’

She added: ‘I feel that attention to the war and assistance to Ukrainians has weakened.

‘My Daryna sings, reads poetry, but the happy life she had has been ruined by the Russians.’

‘We want to shout to the whole world – use all possible means to stop this.

After being removed by Ukrainian bomb disposal experts, Anton Geraszchenko from the country’s Ministry of Internal Affairs said: ‘Miraculously, the grenade hidden in her piano didn’t go off

‘Isolate Russia, isolate its culture and figures, because everything it does to preserve the image of a civilized state is in fact the same as the explosive in the piano.’

After being removed by Ukrainian bomb disposal experts, Anton Geraszchenko from the country’s Ministry of Internal Affairs said: ‘Miraculously, the grenade hidden in her piano didn’t go off.

‘Thanks to the mother’s vigilance, nobody was hurt and the grenade was disarmed by specialists.’

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