Russian mother killed her two sons because she was ‘fed up’ with their behaviour.

A mother has been arrested after allegedly  throwing her two young sons to their deaths from a 15th-floor balcony because  she was ‘fed up’ with them.

Galina Ryabkova, 30, was seen looking  emotionless on surveillance video taken from the block of flats in Moscow,  Russia, in the moments following the incident.

Neighbours in the complex were alerted after  hearing the bodies of the boys, aged 4 and 7, hitting the ground.

Despite the efforts of neighbours, the  youngsters died before the emergency services arrived.

According toRT, the woman said she was  ‘fed up with children,’ and ‘decided to get rid of them’.

The woman – whose husband was away on a  business trip – lived on the 8th floor of the building and it is believed she took the children to the 15th floor  before throwing them off on Sunday.

One neighbour in the same apartment block  described the horrific scenes following the incident to Life  News.

The man, who wished to remain anonymous, said  his wife woke him up to say that children were falling out of the  building

The couple ran out to see the two children  lying on the ground in front of the main entrance to the complex.

The man added: ‘Just at that time their  mother was leaving the building. We asked her if these were her children and she  replied, emotionlessly, “Yes, I threw them away.”’

CCTV from the apartment block – as reported  by New York Daily  News – shows one of the children  landing just out of frame at the front of the building.

It then shows Mrs Ryabkova coming downstairs  wearing jeans and a white T-shirt.

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