Well you think you’ve heard it all and then today I read the story of 18 year old Cherelle Dudfield in New Zealand.
After a night out with her friends drinking, Miss Dudfield was dared to flash passing cars on a busy road in the city of Invercargill. She was positioned on a strip in the middle of the road and ‘successfully’ flashed a few cars when her dare suddenly took a scary turn.
Miss Dudfield told reporters that she had seen a car coming toward her and decided to run. Unfortunately she was unable to get away and she was hit by the car. Miss Dudfield found herself in hospital after she had rolled across the bonnet of the car and cracked the windscreen! Luckily she managed to escape with only a few minor bruises and cuts.
Miss Dudfield has now been convicted of disorderly conduct and received a monetary fine for her frivolous stunt.
The young girl has spoke out to encourage other youngsters to think twice before carrying out such stunts as it ‘hurts when you get hit’.
We’ve all been there; a drunken night out and a few of your friends (or even you, I see your thinking!) decide to pull what seems to be a funny stunt. Unfortunately the funny stunts don’t quite turn out how you expected and someone can get hurt.
You don’t want to end up being ‘exposed’ in the media as Miss Dudfield did!
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