Driver & # 39; that has caused a stack of four cars & # 39; s & # 39; goes to the toilet and buys an iced coffee before he returns to assess the damage – where he is confronted with police
- A driver who bumped into three parked cars had a bizarre and nonchalant answer
- After the crash, the 27-year-old man bought iced coffee from a gas station
- When he returned to the crash scene, he was searched and arrested by the police
A driver who had caused a stack of four cars reportedly went to a gas station to use the toilet and buy iced coffee before he was arrested by the police.
The 27-year-old man drove white Subaru Liberty when it crashed into three parked cars. on Adderton Road near Telopea, in the northwest of Sydney at 7 a.m. on Saturday.
He hit a Suzuki Grand Vitara that hit a Toyota Corolla, which in turn hit a Holden Commodore at the front of the pile-up.
The driver went to a gas station to use the toilet and buy an iced coffee after the crash – leaving an injured passenger in the Subaru.
When he returned to the scene, he was searched by police and breath analysis before he was arrested.
A driver (photo) who caused a stack of four cars walked to a gas station to use the toilet and buy iced coffee (photo left) before being arrested by the police
A 27-year-old man (photo) drove white Subaru Liberty when it crashed into three parked cars on Adderton Road in Telopea in northwest Sydney at 7:00 am on Saturday
Neighbors were stunned by the man's casual reaction to the crash of his car after being awakened by the sound of the accident.
Resident Fabian Giogodi said that the man did not speak to anyone when he casually returned from his morning coffee.
He claimed that his Commodore was pushed one meter ahead at the front of the four-cylinder stack.
& # 39; For him (the driver) to move three cars & # 39; s so far, he must have traveled at pretty high speeds & # 39 ;, said Giogodi.
& # 39; Especially with the foggy conditions this morning, the road would have been a bit wet.
He hit a Suziki Grand Vitara (centered) that hit a Toyota Corolla (photo right), which in turn hit a Holden Commodore (far right) at the front of the pile-up
The engine of the white Subaru Liberty was uncovered after being hit in three parked cars
& # 39; It's not what you want to see when you get out of bed on Saturday morning.
& # 39; At the end of the day, it is fortunate that no one has been hit or injured. & # 39;
A spokesperson for the NSW police said they are still investigating what happened after being summoned at 7:20 am.
& # 39; The driver, a 27-year-old man, was subjected to a roadside breath test, which produced a negative result, & # 39; said a spokesperson for the NSW police.
& # 39; The man was taken to the hospital for mandatory testing. & # 39;
The driver walked to a gas station (on the photo) to use the toilet and buy an iced coffee after the crash – leaving an uninjured passenger in the Subaru waiting
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