Woolworths Online: Facebook video shows a shirtless man’s incredible delivery truck stunt through the streets of Beenleigh, QLD
A man’s dangerous stunt in the back of a moving Woolworths Line delivery truck was filmed.
A motorist took video of the illegal act of “car surfing” on the streets of Beenleigh, Queensland and shared it on Facebook.
Watch the dangerous Woolworths Truck stunt above
In the footage, the man can be seen standing in the back of the moving Woolies truck as it passes through a roundabout at considerable speed.
The unidentified man is shirtless and wears shorts and sneakers.
As the truck maneuvers around the roundabout, the man can be seen straining as he holds the handles on the back of the truck.
Speaking to 7NEWS.com.au, a Woolworths The spokesperson confirmed that the supermarket had reported the incident to authorities.
“We take security seriously and strongly condemn this reckless behavior,” the spokesperson said.
“We have reported this matter to the Queensland Police Department and have asked our delivery partner to look into it as well.”
7NEWS.com.au understands that at this point Woolworths has no evidence to suggest the driver was aware of the person in the back of the vehicle.
In his message, the passing motorist mocked the man’s low pants.
“It’s good to see you offering taxi service,” he wrote in his post on the Woolworths Facebook page.
“I hope the driver gets a new truck for Christmas because he has a bad crack.”
He also commented on “Only in Beenleigh” in the voiceover of the video.