Wild second man throws himself onto a automobile – as driver begs for assist after the insurance coverage firm dominated HE was at fault

  • Man is caught on dashcam ragdolling himself on the bonnet of a automobile 
  • Horrified automobile driver’s insurance coverage firm stated he was responsible for it
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A person has been not noted of pocket after a pedestrian threw himself onto his transferring automobile –  and the motive force’s insurance coverage firm dominated he was at fault.

‘Can anybody assist me establish this fool? It is being assessed as an “at-fault” declare as a result of I wasn’t in a position to get his particulars (it wasn’t secure to),’ the video poster wrote.

He was driving on Mains Highway at Sunnybank, in Brisbane’s south, on December 17 when a person carrying a black T-shirt, shorts and baseball cap instantly began to run from the footpath onto the street.

To the horror of the motive force, the person then ran and jumped ft first up onto the bonnet of the nonetheless transferring automobile. 

A man (pictured) wearing a black t-shirt, shorts and baseball cap suddenly walked onto the road from the left

A person (pictured) carrying a black t-shirt, shorts and baseball cap instantly walked onto the street from the left

The momentum spun the jumper to the left and he bounced off the automobile’s windscreen earlier than touchdown on his ft, along with his shorts starting to fall down, exposing his backside. 

His black Chicago White Sox cap remained on the automobile because the shocked driver slowly moved off, probably afraid the ragdoller was about to strive it once more. 

As he picked up velocity, the cap blew off, with the motive force later saying he had not stopped as he felt it was unsafe to take action.

The video has gone viral since being posted on Wednesday, and by Thursday morning already had hundreds of feedback and likes on Fb. 

Some commenters defended the motive force from these accusing him of leaving the scene of an accident. 

‘You may depart the scene in the event you really feel it is unsafe to remain there. Man’s loopy sufficient to leap on a transferring automobile he is loopy sufficient to hit you,’ stated one.

One other stated: ‘All you guys saying hit and run… in that place you simply go straight to the cops. 

The man (pictured) then ran and jumped feet first onto the bonnet of a still moving car

The person (pictured) then ran and jumped ft first onto the bonnet of a nonetheless transferring automobile

‘No manner you cease and get out with somebody like that roaming round. Use your heads and really watch the footage.’

In making an attempt to assist the motive force discover the ragdoller, one other commenter stated ‘My guess is that he is on the hospital optimistically’.

One commenter supplied wise recommendation in regards to the police and insurance coverage, saying the motive force ought to have ‘gone to the closest station made a report and confirmed them the footage’.

‘No less than you then would have a report on your insurance coverage firm,’ they added. 

The momentum of the car spun the man (pictured) off the car windscreen and back onto the road, leaving his Chicago White Sox cap on the bonnet

The momentum of the automobile spun the person (pictured) off the automobile windscreen and again onto the street, leaving his Chicago White Sox cap on the bonnet

One other commenter suggested the motive force to ‘go to the Ombudsman if the insurer is refusing to just accept very clear proof that this was not your fault and threatening your no-claim bonus’. 

Queensland Police confirmed to Every day Mail Australia the incident had been reported to officers.

‘A criticism has been made to police in relation to this matter, alleged to have occurred on December 17 alongside Mains Highway at Sunnybank,’ they stated.

‘Investigations are ongoing. Police would enchantment to anybody who could have witnessed the incident to come back ahead.’

Crime Stoppers might be contacted at 1800 333 000 or on-line.  

The poster of the video has additionally been contacted looking for remark for this story.