A police vehicle on the tail of a driver doing burnouts during a late-night Waikato car meet ended up driving through the crowd with someone on the bonnet.
Smoke from burnouts lingered in the air at Tauhei Rd, northwest of Morrinsville, when the patrol car arrived just before midnight on Saturday.
Police say illegal street racing is a big concern for people who live near where it happens, and they’re aware of this incident.
A patrol car was damaged, but police won’t say more while inquiries continue.
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Videos of the encounter, provided to Stuff, show a man being carried on the car’s bonnet for several metres, and angry people in the group kicking the car and yelling about what is…