Ukrainian blogger Yan Gordienko told an amusing story on his Instagram page: his friend's surveillance camera was stolen, and now it began broadcasting from Buryatia.
It seems that the Russian occupant stole the camera during the occupation of Liman and brought it to his home in Buryatia. Despite the fact that it is a street camera, he installed it in his house (or apartment). But the silliest thing about this situation is that the looter didn't even reconfigure the gadget, so the camera the other day started broadcasting the picture directly to its owner - a Ukrainian whose house was under occupation.
That is, the camera is of no use to the Buryat himself - it seems to be used simply as an element of decoration. Far from modern technology, the family apparently has no idea that they are being watched from thousands of kilometers away from their home. The camera owner can watch their daily life - now he has, as he jokes, his own reality show. He even suggested several names for it: "Stolen Reality," "Derealization," "The Big Orc," and "The Last Buryat."