A London driver nearly crashed into his own BMW as he tried to stop thieves from stealing it [Video] – fr

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A London driver nearly crashed into his own BMW as he tried to stop thieves from stealing it [Video] – fr


The incident was filmed in dramatic video footage and shows the driver of a dark sedan trying to jump in front of it when he realizes it is being stolen.

The theft took place at a BP garage with a Marks and Spencer Simply Food franchise in the leafy suburb of Arnos Grove, north London, on Wednesday this week.

The middle-aged driver is believed to have left his keys in the ignition when he entered the store to pay for gasoline.

Once the man entered the store, one jumped and jumped into the driver’s seat of his car

The middle-aged driver is believed to have left his keys in the ignition when he entered the store to pay for gasoline.

He was apparently being watched by a team of thieves in another dark sedan lurking in the forecourt.

Once the man entered the store, one jumped out and jumped into the driver’s seat of his car.

It was then that the owner realized what was going on and tried to stand in front of the car to keep it from being taken.

But the reckless thief kept accelerating, so he was forced to back up to avoid being crushed under him. He can be seen screaming in dismay as he jumps to safety.

Then the man is put in danger a second time – because the other car allegedly driven by the thief’s accomplice also flees at high speed, narrowly missing the victim.

The images were shared widely on local social media groups.

The car owner was apparently being watched by a team of thieves in another dark sedan lurking in the forecourt.

The car owner was apparently being watched by a team of thieves in another dark sedan lurking in the forecourt.

A BP source said the company was aware of and 'cooperating with the ongoing police investigation'

A BP source said the company was aware of and “cooperating with the ongoing police investigation”

The reckless thief kept accelerating, so he was forced to jog backwards to avoid being crushed under it.

The reckless thief continued to speed up, so he was forced to jog backwards to avoid being run over under him.

One poster wrote: “Be careful out there. It was at Arnos BP / M & S on Wednesday when this poor guy left his keys in the ignition for 30 seconds.

Another wrote: “Shocking! He could have been killed.

Met police said they had no record of the incident.

But a BP source said the company was aware of and “was cooperating with the ongoing police investigation.”

Marks and Spencer have also been contacted.

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