Is there something in the water?
Just this week in Britain, a man drove his Audi TT into his neighbour's house (see the incredible photo here). And now, over the other side of the Pond, this has happened:
And we know what you're thinking. You're thinking "How the hell..?!". And quite rightly.
According to the police department in Glendale, California, the driver of this black Cadillac lost control of his car before leaving his driveway, and plunged off a hill on to his neighbour's roof directly below.
Fortunately, no one was hurt. And at least it was an accident. Which might sound like an odd thing to say - but over in Poland, they do this sort of thing deliberately, you know.
(Photo by AP, courtesy of Glendale Police Department)
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