Height van man – bizarre clip shows man “holding down object” on top of moving van

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BIZARRE footage shows a man appearing to try and hold down objects – whilst on top of a moving van.

The clip, taken in Hayes, west London, shows a man allegedly trying to “tape” something down, whilst cars drive past on the busy road.

A man in the background of the clip can be heard saying “There’s never a copper when you need one” as the van eventually pulls over and the man eventually finishes whatever he was trying to do.

The clip was filmed by Phillip Evans and posted to a dash cam group on Saturday.

He captioned the post: “Only in Hayes”

The clip shows a white Ford van driving down Station Road as a man can be seen on the roof kneeling down trying to hold something down.

A voice in the background of the video can be heard saying: “So just casually on top of the roof, taping it down while driving.”

The same man seems to point out that there is no police presence at the time of filming.

He added: “There’s never a copper when you need one is there?”

The van continues to drive down the road whilst in wet conditions.

The same man in the background can be heard saying: “Go on, smile and wave” before laughing.

The van eventually pulls over to which another man in the background of the clip says: “Oh he’s pulling in.”

The man on the van roof then appears to start tying a long object to the top of the van as the video ends.

Phillip’s facebook post also received a couple of comments from bewildered Facebook users.

One said: “When will this ‘van surfing’ epidemic be over?”

White Ford van with man kneeling down holding onto something
a white Ford van driving down Station Road as a man can be seen on the roof kneeling down trying to hold something down.

Another added: “He is looking for 007!”

In 2016, one of the UK’s leading window firms were fined after a tradesman fell from the roof of a Mercedes Sprinter van and suffered life-changing head injuries.

Alan Campbell was working with the firm in Linlithgow, West Lothian, when he fell and suffered two bleeds to this brain, was put in an induced coma and was unable to walk for six months.

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