Woman Drives Three Miles Down Motorway With Husband On Car Bonnet
Apparently, the man was forced to hang off the front of the car for as far as three miles while the angry woman drove at speed with her three children sitting in the back of the car.
So, what exactly happened to create this unusual scene? Well, it's not 100 percent clear. It's safe to say the woman driving the vehicle was p***ed off, that's for sure.
This all took place on the motorway near the city of Bijie in China's south-western Guizhou Province. It is thought that the couple had a falling out while they were driving along.
After they stopped, it seems as if the argument escalated from 0 to 60 in both a literal and metaphorical fashion.
From what little we can glean from the police, the man got out of the car during the argument and his wife attempted to drive off, leaving him by the roadside.
Understandably, he wasn't keen on that idea and stood in front of the car to stop her driving off. He didn't manage to do that.
Instead, he found himself trapped on the front of the car as his apoplectic other half drove for around five kilometres - that's about three miles - with him trapped, and presumably terrified.
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During this time the unfolding incident was captured on a dashboard camera in another car. It shows the car piling along the road with a man attached to the front like some sort of bizarre dashboard ornament.
After the video captures the whole strange scene going past them in the opposite direction, it then cuts to that same man collecting his shoes from in the road after they'd fallen off during his white-knuckle bonnet ride.
Well, at least he got to go back for them, eh? Shoes aren't cheap, after all.
Anyway, the police got involved, as you might imagine. The authorities have said the couple, as well as their three children, were summoned to the police station after they realised what had happened.
It is thought that they weren't charged with anything. You'd at least hope that they were told not to drive down roads with people on the bonnet.
You shouldn't have to tell people that, really.
Police say they were then driven home by friends. Whether they are still friends now is anyone's guess.
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