Sunday, 25. January 2015
03. 06. 14. - 04:33
03. 06. 14. - 04:33
Russian driver Aleskey Cheremov, 52, was less than impressed when a drug-crazed woman walked to the front of his car and then tried to pull his windscreen wiper off when he started reversing away from her. He was driving home after work passing through an area where kids were playing in Alyoshino, a rural region in the Yegoryevsky District of Russia's Moscow Oblast, when he spotted the woman walking towards the road. He noticed that she looked pale and was wearing no shoes and suddenly she turned and grabbed the front of his car. He said: "I thought she looked like something out of a zombie movie and I was wondering exactly what she was going to do next, but she just kept staring at me and shaking her head to let me know wasn't going any further. And then when I tried to reverse she climbed onto the bonnet and grabbed hold of the windscreen wiper." The video shows that one of the kids tries to push the woman off the bonnet without success and seeing his prized possession getting dented by the 'zombie' woman, Cheremov gets out of the car and shoves her without ceremony to one side before driving off. He added: "I heard the kids say she was always high on something and they called her zombie woman. I can see why." He said he did not report the matter to police but shared the video with comments adding: "It was just weird."
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