POLICE are investigating after a screaming woman was dragged along a street by a car as the driver hauled her by the hair.
Horrifying pictures shows a male motorist in a red Toyoto Aygo holding the woman by her hair so she spills out of a car in Preston, Lancashire.
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The woman, who is wearing a dressing gown and pyjamas, begs him to let go of her and warns him “You’ll rip my hair out!”.
But he continues driving and drags her along with the vehicle during the chilling incident in the early hours of September 28.
The woman screams in terror: “You’ll run me over! You’ll run me over!”
In a video too shocking to show, an onlooker the incident begs the driver to let the woman go and someone to call 999.
‘YOU’LL RUN ME OVER’
The driver stops, but continues shouting at the woman and holding on to her hair.
She loses some of her clothes as she is dragged along by the vehicle.
The driver then shouts at her again and revs up the engine to scare her.
She begs him to stop, but the driver starts the car again.
He drives off again and drags the screaming woman along, hauling her through puddles down the street.
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The unidentified cameraman shouts to reassure her that the police are nearby.
The driver then stops the car so that he is holding the woman by her hair in a huge puddle.
He shouts and tussles with her before finally letting go of her and driving off..
Finally free, she throws off her wet dressing gown and runs into a petrol station through the puddles, screaming“Call the Police! Call the Police!”
Footage of the terrifying incident has been circulating on social media.
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A police spokesman told Sun Online: “We were called by a member of the public at around 4:15am on Saturday (September 28th) to the report of a woman being assaulted by a man in a car at a garage on New Hall Lane in Preston.
“The woman had been seen to be repeatedly dragged by a car close to the Texaco Garage.
“An investigation has been launched and enquiries are on-going. At this stage, no one has been arrested.”
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