Reckless moment a teenage boy is flung clear while trying to hold a moving car after a wild house party spilled onto the streets
- A teenager has narrowly avoided serious injuries after falling off moving car
- The boy was part of rowdy group which had spilled out from a Perth house party
- Police were called by neighbours and two disorderly 15-year-old were detained
The moment a teenage boy was flung from a moving car after attempting a dangerous stunt has been caught on video.
The incident happened after a wild house party spilled onto Berwick St in Victoria Park, Perth on Friday night – with groups of teens brawling on the median strip and halting traffic.
The teenager was lucky to escape unhurt after he first kicked a passing car and then jumped onto the boot as it drove away.
He almost immediately fell off, stumbling on his feet and then hitting the asphalt face first and skidding – remarkably avoiding serious injury.
The teenager (on left) jumped onto the back of the moving car as it drove passed while other teenagers understood to have been at a house party, gathered on the median strip (pictured)
Some other partygoers can be seen attending to the boy as he sits on the road while others continue fighting each other in the street.
Worried bystanders called police who attended the disturbance about 10.40pm and tried to move the group on.
The group didn’t go quietly, however, with a confrontation breaking out with the officers that attended the chaotic scene.
Two 15-year-old boys were detained by police for disorderly behaviour – one of which was later collected by a parent.
The second was released with a warning and arrangements for him to be placed under the care of a guardian.
Locals have complained about the increasing frequency of wild parties and teenagers roaming the streets in the area, with a similar incident reported last week.
The boy quickly loses his grip and falls off the car slamming into the asphalt but was fortunately not seriously hurt (pictured)