CHONGQING, China (CNN/CCTV) - A young man who staged driving stunts on an overpass in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality has aroused public indignation.
The man controlled his car only with his right hand while his feet trod on the window frame and door frame, with the driver's door opened and his body protruding from the car, according to the footage filmed by Mr. Tian then driving behind.
Tian said the man driving the black car overtook him suddenly, and then changed lanes willfully. He had to slow down and veer around to avoid the car about 20 meters ahead.
When the black car went to an overpass, the driver suddenly opened the door and protruded from the car, with only his right hand controlling the vehicle driving at around 40 kilometers an hour.
The driver repeated the movements several times, incurring indignation from Tian and other drivers on road.
"I think the man lacks morality. Even if you want to show off your driving skills, you should not do this. Not harming others should be anyone's responsibility. One has the right to drive, but also the duty to respect the safety regulations," Tian said.
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