Georgia man clinging to the hood of the car for a few miles
Shirtless, shoeless Georgia man jumped up and clung to the hood of a woman’s moving car for a few miles.
A recent video, a shirtless, shoeless man hanging on the hood of a moving car, has led to an investigation by Georgia police.
Viviana Deyette, the car ‘ s 17-year-old driver, said the man came out of nowhere and was frantically shouting about the fact that in severe danger when he jumped on the hood, FOX5 Atlanta reported.
“He was screaming that they shoot at them and I didn’t know where he came from, and I thought someone was actually shooting at him,” Deyette told the station. “He kept screaming at me to drive.”
The police says Deyette drove a considerable distance with the man hanging on the bonnet and was determined to not stop until they are in a safe environment. The man’s feet were almost touching the road as the vehicle was traveling along a busy highway.
“She was able to have a clear mind to get to safety, where she knew that there were other people, so they did the right thing,” said Sgt. Kevin Holbrook with the Gainesville Police Department.
The police said that many people in the 911 earlier to report that the man obstructing traffic with his behaviour in the vicinity of a Motel 6 location on Highway 129, where the researchers believe that it was he, according to FOX5 Atlanta.
“He was running back and forth in the roadway, jumping over cars, banging on cars, was banging on cars again. Officers had a problem with the car, because the traffic was dead still,” Sgt. Holbrook said.
The 37-year-old man, whose identity was not released, because he was taken to a local hospital for a mental evaluation, was found with drug paraphernalia on him after he is taken into custody.
The police think that he may have been hallucinating at the time of the incident and Holbrook added “criminal prosecution is possible in this case. There was damage on this car other cars of this individual.”
Deyette also told the station that she hopes that the man ends up “somewhere where he would be for the mental health and the help that he needs.”