A dispute over some money climaxed in a man clunging to the windshield and hood of a white SUV for more than 30km while it sped down the Shanghai-Kunming Highway at 140km/hour on Saturday morning in Anshun, Guizhou province, according to ifeng.com.
Highway police spotted the car with a man spread over the surface of the windshield at about 10:30 in the morning and gave chase, only catching up at the toll station along the highway.
The driver and clinger apparently had a dispute over debt issues in Qinzheng City.The creditor, Mr Chen, attempted to prevent Mr Lu, who owed him money, from leaving in his SUV, but Lu ignored him and set off in his car. When the car rammed into Chen, Chen was thrown on to the windshield of the car and clung on to the hood for the rest of Lu’s journey.
Earlier this year, a police officer also proved himself to possess some of Chen’s ninja-like skills when he clung on to the hood of a woman’s BMW for more than a mile.
Speaking to the media, Mr Chen said that he could have been thrown off the car at any point. Thankfully due to the highway patrol’s involvement that danger was averted. Police investigations are currently underway.
By Yuen Sin