Driver's terrifying screams as cigarette-smoking man desperately clings onto the bonnet of a moving car
The clip shows a man with a cigarette holding on for his life trying to tell the scared driver to pull over.
Whilst this is happening, the woman is on Bluetooth speaking to her dad about the bizarre incident.
The clip which has gone viral was posted on social media sites yesterday.
It is believed to have been filmed in Calderwood, East Kilbride.
The clip has been shared hundreds of times and has been viewed over 90,000 times.
In the bizarre footage which was uploaded to Facebook and Twitter the clips starts with the man with a cigarette in his mouth holding onto the car bonnet as the driver accelerates.
The camera quickly pans to show the driver holding her phone as she steers the wheel with one hand.
The driver who is terrified can be heard shouting and screaming at the man telling him to get off her car, while she is talking to her dad.
Her friend who is equally terrified can be heard trying to speak but is cut off by the driver who is screaming at the top of her voice to her father telling him: “he’s on my f*****g bonnet."
Her dad can be heard repeating what was said while the driver tells him.
“Dad, I’m driving” before screaming further while her friend can be heard panicking as well.
The man with the cigarette can be heard calling her a f*****g idiot, as she steadily increases her pace to try and force him off.
However, he can be seen pulling himself up to stay on the bonnet, while using his head to signal her to pull over.
The car then speeds up and the man can now be seen continuing to pull himself up as he struggles to hold onto the bonnet.
The driver is now screaming: “get off my car” repeatedly while her friend can be heard screaming.
Thousands of people commented on the video which has been shared on Facebook and Twitter.
Eveline Higgins said: "Omg. Feeling so so helpless for his daughter. This is very disturbing."
Sofie Louise Todd wrote: " I would have sped up & slammed on reversed & drove round him. What a d******d."
Kyle Mclaughlan added: " f*** sake hahahaha."
A 36-year-old man has since been arrested and charged over the incident.
A spokeswoman for Glasgow Police told The Sun in a statement: “A 36-year-old man has been arrested and charged in an alleged breach of the peace following an incident in Maxwellton Avenue, Calderwood, East Kilbride on Sunday 14 October.
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