Driver wants his road toll back, threatens with gun
The man wanted his 650 rubles back.
A driver did not like the tariffs on the M-11 Moscow-St. Petersburg highway and threatened the pay point staff with a rifle, Moskovsky Komsomolets reports.
The incident occurred on the afternoon of November 15th. The Muscovite, 53, is an engineer at a machine tool company. He came to the customer service office at the Moscow Ring Road leading to the Sheremetyevo Airport. He had a Remington rifle, which he used to threaten six office employees and said he wanted his 650 rubles ($9.55) back after they had taken the money as a toll on the highway.
The man is prosecuted and an investigation has been started.