19 Traffic Control Post Is Under Attack of Wolves!

Traffic Control Post Is Under Attack of Wolves!

Posted on October 14, 2010 by team

Line M23 Taganrog - Rostov-on-Don is a dangerous place! The officers of this traffic control post won't feel comfortable at work anymore.

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19 Responses to “Traffic Control Post Is Under Attack of Wolves!”

  1. Barbar says:

    For the King in the North! Winter is coming! :D

  2. Cyril says:

    it is so fake!

  3. Testiculese says:


  4. Numb says:

    In Soviet Russia the wolves hunt you

  5. lithuanian says:

    fake. obviously its some sort of viral marketing campaign. maybe werewolf movie or something of that sort

  6. Bano Ramma says:

    Probably stray wild urban dogs. Russian major cities are full of them. Cesar Milan (National Geographic’s Dog whisperer)where are you?

  7. Kent_Diego says:

    Not really an attack just a run by.

  8. Half-Breed says:

    0:54 Officer is clearly visible through the glass, there is no tint.

    0:56 Wolf disappears behind the car-door glass

    – Fake, but well done

  9. Grinya says:

    Regular wild dogs! ))

  10. Don says:

    Its fake. Bad acting.
    I have never saw even so many dogs on those road for past 21 years of my life. And wolfs do not live in place btw Rostov and Taganrog.

  11. G says:

    Fake. Videos dont match.

  12. Novik says:

    I think the videos were made to be slightly different specially, so that viewers would start comparing and guessing what viral campaign of a film this is for. Otherwise it would just be news, this way you get 100 times more comments.
    If this is is true – then well done to the strategists.

  13. Andrey says:

    It’s fake.

    The real line M-23 between Rostov and Taganrog doesn’t have ‘M23′ marking on the road.

    And it has only 2 and, near the Rostov, 4 traffic lanes, not 6 as it is presented on the video.

  14. Novik says:

    fake for sure
    advertising campaign

    here’s the making of

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