Watch: This man sleeps on a moving Honda

An unidentified man slept on the windshield of a Honda car in Washington DC.

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HT automatic office

08 Oct 2022, 15:07

Screenshot taken from the video posted on Twitter.

The internet is full of good, bad, ugly and weird and so it’s not every day that you come across a video that shows a man apparently sleeping on top of a moving car. You read correctly. A video has surfaced that shows a man, face down, lying on the windshield of a Honda car. The incident happened in Washington DC, USA.

According to reports, a local resident named Paul Blair noticed an unidentified man lying on the car and quickly began recording the incident. The individual said the person appeared to be sleeping for a while and then after that he took the hood and kicked the Honda a few times before jumping onto the same windshield to rest, it seemed . “At first I was quite worried about what might happen, like if the driver was going to stop, the guy might get hurt. I don’t know if that happened, but it’s disturbing. After about 20 minutes , he got out of the car, started kicking it, then it was clear there was a driver inside the car and started to slowly walk away,” Blair reportedly added.

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From the video, it can be noted that when the driver pulled away from the parking lot, the individual remained on the windshield and did not flinch even a little as the car slowly began to move away towards the main road. It’s unclear what happened to the Honda car or the person lying on it after the four-wheeled vehicle took a turn, however, Blair said until he kept his eyes on it, the no one got off the hood.

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The video on the microblogging site garnered over 2,200 likes and around 387 retweets. One of the users also pointed out that it could be a new selection of Uber rides, as it is cheaper than renting the backseat.

Date of first publication: Oct 08, 2022, 3:07 PM IST

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