ISIS using videogame-styled remote controlled ‘car bombs’

London, Aug 24 : Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) militants are using remote controlled toy cars to bomb enemy areas, just like in the famous video game “Call Of Duty”.

According to the Daily Star, ISIS militants import mini monster truck-style vehicles from Turkey which they pack with explosives and send to the front line.

Kurdish soldiers who are fighting against ISIS in Syria and Iraq captured one such car which failed to detonate but dozens of other such bombs exploded with deadly consequences.

In the videogame, Call of Duty, players use similar looking remote controlled cars to kill enemies.

A British person fighting ISIS in Iraq with Kurdish soldiers said that it was just another example of how ISIS jihadists think they are in a video game, adding that they sit around dreaming of new ways to kill people. (ANI)