A motorbike out of control crashes into a clothes shop in India, narrowly missing a pregnant woman and her staff

  • Madhu Matching Shop in Khammam (India) was the first to see the bike.
  • Witnesses report that the vehicle was recklessly driven by a minor and then lost control. 
  • Amazingly, all four of the people and the driver in the shop were not hurt.
  • The car was taken into police custody and the case for negligent driving has been registered.

It was the moment when a motorbike out of control crashed into a clothing shop front – just in time to avoid a pregnant lady and her staff.

Four people were seen talking in the Madhu Matching clothing shop in Khammam in Telangana on Monday, November 8.

One member of staff initially noticed the bike but quickly returned to her conversation.

The bike crashes into the shopfront, stopping just before hitting the group. Its driver then goes flying above the counter.

The driver can be seen flying into the Madhu Matching garment shop in Khammam, India

You can see the driver flying in to Madhu Matching’s Khammam, India shop.

Many people visit the shop following the crash to look after those who are inside.

Onlookers are soon to flood Madhu Matching in an effort to learn more about what happened. 

Madhu, owner of the shop said that the rider was 16 and had been driving rashly since he lost control.

The vehicle missed the four people inside the shop while the driver flew over the counter and got up unharmed afterwards

While the vehicle was not able to reach the four individuals inside, the driver flew in and took the wheel.

A woman (left) inside the shop initially seemed concerned with the driver outside before turning around to continue her conversation

Left: A lady inside the shop seemed initially concerned by the driver outside, before she turned her attention to carry on the conversation.

Additionally, the owner said that the brakes on his bike had stopped working and that this meant that he was unable to stop himself running into the shop.

The car was taken into police custody and the case has been registered as negligent driving and reckless driving.

The crash left the driver miraculously unscathed. No one in the shop sustained injuries.