Wednesday, September 27, 2023

Angry woman drags man on her car’s bonnet for over 2 km


Bengaluru: In a shocking incident, a Bengaluru woman took a man on the bonnet of her car for nearly 2 km following a dispute. The incident took place on the main road near Jnana Bharathi Nagar in Bengaluru. The video footage of the incident is going viral on social media.

In the video, the woman identified as Priyanka, drove her SUV for nearly 2 km, while the man named Darshan was seen hanging on to the bonnet. This was following a dispute between the two after Priyanka’s SUV collided with Darshan’s Maruti Suzuki Swift.

After the collision, Darshan asked Priyanka to stop and get out of the car. However, Priyanka attempted to move the car forward after making an offensive gesture toward him. This prompted Darshan to get on the bonnet and force her to stop the vehicle.

However, Priyanka pressed the gas and continued to drive while Darshan hung on to the bonnet. Darshan was rescued by his friends who followed the car on motorbikes and stopped it. They then broke the windows of the car. The police soon reached the spot and registered cases against Priyanka and Darshan’s friends.

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