In the bizarre theater of modern warfare, where the absurd often dances with the deadly, a Russian bakery in Tambov has taken center stage.

This unlikely bastion of culinary craft has morphed into a covert factory for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), adding a strange twist to the already convoluted narrative of the conflict with Ukraine.

The Financial Times, in a move that might have made even Kafka raise an eyebrow, brought to light these “Bekas” drones – birthed from a 3D printer and masquerading among loaves of bread.

The Unconventional Drone Factory

Picture this: a bakery, where the scent of fresh bread should be the only thing in the air, now serves as the womb for these Bekas drones.