Monday, 20. April 2015
28. 07. 14. - 16:00
A Russian driver on her way home from a shopping trip tried to flee the scene of an accident by rushing into the nearby underground train station, and then coming back out again minutes later wearing a different dress.
Anna Louganova, 22, had been driving along Moscow's Dmitrovskoe highway in the Russian capital in a white Mercedes when she caused an accident while trying to overtake another car.
The young woman's vehicle which had been travelling too fast according to police and she careered to one side and crashed into a parked car.
The parked car owner, Nikita Zhugov, 35, was just about to get into his vehicle when it was written off by Louganova.
He said: "She leapt out of the vehicle and opened the rear door and grabbed her bags of shopping before marching off to the metro. A few minutes later she came back out, this time wearing a cocktail dress and when confronted, denied that she been anything to do with the accident."
When the other angry motorists demanded to know if she was claiming to be an identical twin, she had told them: "I don't have to answer to you, I am far too important."
She had then marched off down the highway where she had almost been hit and killed by truck shortly before she was arrested by police and breathalysed.
Police spokesman denied to comment on the results of the breathalyser test but confirmed that she had been taken to hospital for a drugs test and treatment for minor injuries caused by the accident.
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