On Tuesday, police stopped a man driving down a road in Zhejiang with two people desperately clinging to the top of his car.
The driver’s father and brother had tried to stop him from driving off following an argument, latching on to his car as he pulled away. Apparently, they underestimated exactly how angry their relative was. According to Sohu, the man drove 15 km before being stopped by a police road block.
It would seem that a 15 km drive through Dongyang city would give the dad and brother ample time to find a moment to jump off; instead, they stayed stuck fast to the hood of the car, even as it reached top speeds of 50 kilometers per hour.
According to police, the two were determined to apologize to the driver for what they had said during the argument. Maybe next time an apologetic phone call will do.
Just another day on the road in China:
Keep your eyes on the road.
Posted by Shanghaiist on Wednesday, March 30, 2016
[Images via Sohu News]