Hooded thug launched a brick at disabled drivers car — only for it to bounce back and smash into his face

Hooded thug launched a brick at disabled drivers car — only for it to bounce back and smash into his face

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A HOODED vandal was banged to rights after a brick he launched at a car window bounced back and struck him in the face.

CCTV footage captured the hilarious moment the thug fell back clutching his face in pain after the masonry hit him.

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The yob prepares to violently launch the brick at the car’s window[/caption]

The clip shows him approach the people carrier on October 5 before picking up a brick outside the property in Brandon, Durham.

He hurls it at the window of the Renault Kangoo but the brick bounces back and strikes him in the face.

The hooded man was then arrested.

Homeowner Martin Craig, 32, said: “This nice person decided he would break into my car after many failed attempts karma came too bite him in the face.”

Mr Craig, who uses a wheelchair, added: “I didn’t even know it happened until 10.30 when the police knocked on my door to tell me they had caught someone trying to break into my car so I gave them all CCTV footage.

“I just thought ”it’s just gone daylight, how does he have the nerve to do it in plain sight?”

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The hooded hooligan throws the brick as hard as he can at the glass[/caption]

“When we saw it hit him, well we all just laughed.”

Mr Craig uploaded the footage to Facebook, where it has gained more than 5,000 views.

He said his vehicle sustained scratches to the glass and paint work, adding: “No idea why it was my car he targeted unless he knows that I’m in a wheelchair.”

A Durham Constabulary spokeswoman said: “Police were called to reports of shoplifting in Grove Road, Brandon on October 5, at about 6.30am.


“Whilst in attendance, officers received reports of an incident of criminal damage in the same street.

“A 40-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of criminal damage to a vehicle and shoplifting.

“He has since been charged with both offences and will appear at Newton Aycliffe Magistrates Court on Thursday, November 7.”

The brick bounces off the glass and straight into the suspect’s face

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