Robert Den-Hartog, owner of the 10,000-pound-Chrysler, was left wide-eyed when both he and his wife Claire woke up after the noise. "I couldn't believe my eyes why I saw what happened," the Telegraph quoted Robert as saying.
"My wife and I had tea that night and just gone to bed at about 10.30 pm, tired after work and I have to get up early. I was fast asleep when Claire woke up when she heard the noise and ran to the bedroom window."She said, 'you're not going to believe this,' so I ran over to the bedroom window and looked out. I just said: 'Holy Moses!' and ran down stairs to help the woman out of the car," he added.
The 35-year-old continued: "When we were woken by it I was shocked and hoping that she wasn't hurt. I wasn't really angry but you never get the full money back form the insurance and I suppose now I'm going to have to look for a new car. I think mine is pretty much
written off." Though cops were called but no charges were made.