A group of protesters, reportedly Antifa, got more than they were looking for when they tried to block a driver from passing at an intersection in Seattle.
The protesters formed a human blockade at the intersection, preventing cars from coming or going on all sides.
When drivers saw the street was shut down, most of them made a U-turn.
Surveillance camera footage shows a driver of a white sedan stopping about 50 feet from the protesters before one of them stepped forward and signaled that the road was shut.
After a brief pause, the driver began to slowly drive forward, flashing his headlights as the protester jumped on his hood.
As others started surrounding the vehicle, the driver backed up to distance himself from the mob before hitting the gas, with the protester still on the hood, and driving through the broken-up blockade.
Video of the incident was posted to Twitter by KTTH reporter Jason Rantz.
Rantz said the driver was an elderly man and both he and the female protester who jumped on his hood were detained.
The driver was released while the woman, whom Rantz said sustained minor injuries, was arrested.
“The driver was an elderly male and was the victim. He was released. The person on the hood has been arrested,” Rantz tweeted.
The driver was an elderly male and was the victim. He was released. The person on the hood has been arrested.
— (((Jason Rantz))) on KTTH Radio (@jasonrantz) May 2, 2021
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