- The passenger can be seen lurching forward and headbutting the windscreen
- He’s stunned that he has cracked the windscreen, though the driver just laughs
- After seeing the crack, he turns to the driver, asking ‘Is your windshield alright?’
- The passenger doesn’t seem to be wearing a seat belt and the driver appears to be recording the moment on his phone while he is driving
This is the moment a passenger cracks a van’s windscreen with his head after being suddenly catapulted forward.
The clip was recorded in Bradford, West Yorkshire by the driver of the van with the passenger’s initial reaction being to ask: ‘Is your windshield alright?’
The video shows the passenger talking quickly and excitedly before crashing into the windscreen and sending the driver into hysterics.
The passenger isn’t wearing his seat belt in the clip and the driver appears to be filming him while he is driving.
At the start of the video, the passenger can be seen laughing and gesturing with his hands as he appears to tell the driver a story.
It is unclear exactly what he is saying but in the midst of the story he suddenly lurches forward and headbutts the windscreen.
The driver bursts into laughter while the passenger reels back and stares at the windscreen in shock.
The passenger could be seen telling a story and laughing before lurching forward and headbutting the windscreen
Initially, he tells the driver to forget about his head and asks: ‘Is your windshield alright?’
The driver continues laughing as his shocked passenger gestures at the crack in the windscreen.
Later, the passenger said: ‘We were just in the car having a laugh, and I hit my head on the windshield.’
The footage was filmed on March 25.
He realises that he has cracked the windscreen and asks ‘Is your windshield alright?’, while the driver laughs loudly
The passenger seems stunned at the crack in the windscreen, although the driver continues laughing as the clip ends