Ukrainian sniper dressed as Predator fights Russians with energy drink and knife

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A Ukrainian sniper stalking Russians across the battlefield wearing a ghillie suit and Predator mask has said his "heart is broken" over the war in Ukraine.

Footage shows the Ukrainian soldier slumped on the floor clutching what appears to be an energy drink, while clad in camouflage apparel and matching green gloves.

The soldier can also be seen wearing a mask from the Arnold Schwarzenegger action feature, Predator, along with his army fatigues.

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A video of the soldier talking of the heart-breaking situation in Ukraine has since gone viral, with the Predator mask-wearing trooper talking of how their "heart is broken" over the ongoing war in Ukraine.

The soldier, named Casper in the video, is asked by the cameraman to "say something to the camera," at which point he looks up and spurns out a strange, brief speech.

Casper, who can be seen fiddling with a can throughout the video, says: "My heart is broken like a glass and there's no sense in living further."

Predator-clad Casper then unmasks himself while cracking into what is presumably an energy drink, joking: "I invited you to a dance and you said $2,000 per hour" before throwing a a brief salute with the hilt of his knife.

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The video, entitled "Ukrainian sniper & his true thoughts…" has taken YouTube by storm, with hundreds of commenters leaving their replies to the cosplaying comrade.

One wrote: "Predators (Ukraine Freedom fighter) against Aliens (Russian Orks). Predators wins in all movies against Aliens, because it's more brain in head of Ukrainian fighter."

Another commented: "Legend has it he is still sniping in the fields of Ukraine looking for that dance partner."

A third commenter said they hoped the Predator headpiece was "the last thing many a Russian soldier ever sees."

More than 7.7million people have fled Ukraine since Vladimir Putin's Russian forces invaded on February 24, LADBible reported.

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