A TEENAGE Audi driver drove off with a front door lodged in the windscreen after he crashed it into a house.
Cops said he collided with another vehicle before crashing into the front porch of a house in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire on Friday night at around 7.45pm.The Audi driver is thought to have hit another car before ploughing into the house
Even though the photo shows the roof of the car completely wrecked as well as the windscreen and the door completely covering the view for the driver the man still continued driving for several metres.
The 18-year-old youth, who has not been named, was arrested on suspicion of being unfit to drive due to drink or drugs.
He was also taken to hospital with head injuries but is not thought to be seriously hurt.
A spokesman for West Yorkshire Police said: "Ashworth Rd, Dewsbury - Driver collided with a vehicle, then the front porch of a house - before then continuing to drive for several metres with front door attached to car.
"Driver arrested suspected unfit through drink/drugs."
West Yorkshire Police posted a photograph of the grey Audi car on Twitter following the incident.
Anyone who witnessed the incident is asked to contact the police.
Just yesterday, CCTV footage caught a Porsche driver having the worst parking fail ever, managing to crash through a wall and onto the top of another car in Manningtree, Essex.
It is thought the driver of the car - believed to be a brand new Porsche Taycan - accidentally hit the accelerator pedal instead of the brakes.
Earlier this month an elderly driver managed to crash his car six times in just one minute, hitting three other vehicles and several walls.
CCTV footage shows the man pulling out at a road junction - and drive straight across into a pile of bins - before hitting a wall in Handsworth, Birmingham.
It’s thought the elderly motorist, believed to be in his 70s, suffered a medical issue at the wheel that led to the carnage on November 3.West Yorkshire Police said a 18-year-old man had been arrestedCredit: Ben LackThe front porch of the property had been completely wrecked in the crashCredit: Ben Lack
Out of control driver crashes at least FIVE times in a minute - hitting at least three cars and a number of walls