A motorist has managed to capture the moment when the bizarre act of surfing takes place on a busy urban road.
According to Nine News, the footage was taken in Fairfield, Sydney, on Monday.
The 30-second clip shows a man in jeans and a jacket over a yellow T-shirt and hat, crouching and then standing on top of a white Honda CR-V SUV.
The man points to oncoming traffic while standing before crouching down to regain his balance.
No one was injured in the accident.
NSW Police has been contacted for comment.
The state government conducted a parliamentary inquiry into motor surfing in 2003.
Information on the NSW Parliament’s website describes car surfing as “a dangerous activity for (usually young) occupants of a vehicle which can cause serious injury or death”.
“Sometimes this is done as a game or a challenge to see who can stay the longest distance and land on your feet when the car or ute suddenly stops or turns,” the website continues.
A teenager was injured in a car surfing accident at Coffs Harbor on the New South Wales Mid North Coast in April 2021.
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