I've heard rumors that Russia isn't actually filled with nonstop action and insanity caused by vodka-fueled citizens, boredom and the inability to go more than four hours without threatening someone, but I have a hard time believing that based on the videos I've seen.
I know that basing my entire perception of a country off dash-cam recordings probably isn't the smartest move in the world, but from what I can tell, there's a general sense of lawlessness and vigilantism that's embedded in the DNA of many Russian residents.
Some of those vigilantes have decided to spend their time protecting Russia's sidewalk from drivers who decide roads are too inconvenient, but their weapons of choice aren't crowbars or a length of chain, they're giant stickers plastered on the windshields of people who refuse to turn around.
Of course, most people don't enjoy having other people mess with their cars, and when you're pissing off a person in control of thousands of pounds of mobile machinery, there's always potential for things to get out of hand.
This video lives up to that potential.