What to Know
- A man was spotted riding the hood of a driving car Tuesday in the area of NW 62nd Street and 7th Avenue in Miami.
- This is the second incident in recent weeks in which a person was caught on camera clinging onto the hood of a driving car in South Florida.
It happened again.
For the second time in more than two weeks, somebody else was spotted clinging to the hood of a driving car in South Florida.
The incident occurred Tuesday afternoon in the area of NW 62nd Street and 7th Avenue in Miami, according to Alex Goudie, a witness.
Goudie was headed to watch a World Cup game when he and his friends saw the man on the hood of the car.
"We start cheering at them, and I see the guy's face, and I see he's not in a good mood," he told NBC 6. "He looks very angry, so as he passed us, I noticed the windshield was broken so then at that point it became apparent it wasn't something they were doing out of fun."
Goudie said he also saw the car driving against oncoming traffic. The same car and man were spotted later driving along I-95.
"I've never seen it in my life. I'd be terrified," he said. "It was comical at first, but after a few moments, you realize that person could be in serious trouble."
Last month, a woman was arrested after a viral video showed her driving down I-95 with a man on the hood of her car.