Man taken on car bonnet 'terror drive' by uninsured driver

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A driver in Surrey was forced to cling onto windscreen wipers for his life as he was carried on the bonnet of a car for a mile on a dual carriageway, after confronting an uninsured motorist.

Victim Raymond Turner had got out of his car after driver Grzegorz Musial clipped his wing mirror, and suspected he might not have insurance after he was offered cash to cover the damage.

After Turner said he was going to phone police, Musial drove into him, and carried on at speed with him clinging to his bonnet.

Despite managing to hold onto the car for more than a mile, Turner was eventually thrown to the ground and suffered serious leg injuries, as well as a broken nose and various cuts and bruises, the BBC reports.

Musial, of south London, initially drove off but later handed himself in to police.

He admitted causing grievous bodily harm, driving without insurance and failing to stop at the scene of an accident, at Guildford Crown Court. He was jailed for 14 months and given an 18-month driving ban.

His victim's terrifying ordeal was captured on the dash cam of a nearby HGV as Musial drove along the A331. See the footage for yourself below.