Man urinates out of his window DURING a wild police chase before driving over spikes and skidding into a bus stop
- A 24-year-old Adelaide man led police on a wild pursuit early this morning
- He ran multiple red lights and drove on the wrong side of the road in the chase
- At one point, the driver slowed to a crawl to urinate from the driver’s seat
- He has been bailed to appear at Adelaide Magistrates Court on December 19
Police arrested a man after a high speed police chase, but not before the suspect urinated out of his car window.
The motorist, from Adelaide, led police on a chase at 4.45am today, after refusing to pull over on Morphett Street.
The 24-year-old drove his blue BMW through north Adelaide and Walkerville, and repeatedly slowed and stopped before driving through several red lights.
The 24-year-old drove his blue BMW through north Adelaide and Walkerville, and repeatedly slowed and stopped before driving through several red lights (stock photo)
He managed to avoid road spikes laid along Hancock Road as he careered onto the wrong side of the road.
At around 5.20am, the driver slowed the vehicle to a crawl on McIntyre Road and urinated out of the vehicle from the driver’s seat.
Police took advantage of the situation and rolled out more road spikes.
The runaway car hit the spikes and spun out of control before crashing into a bus stop.
Police have charged the reckless driver with drive dangerously to evade police, driving with a suspended licence, driving an unregistered and uninsured car and failing to truly answer.
They also slapped him with an $140 on-the-spot fine for urinating in a public place.
The arrested man has been bailed to appear in the Adelaide Magistrates Court on December 19.
There were no injuries and no damage to any police vehicle.
The arrested man has been bailed to appear in the Adelaide Magistrates Court on December 19