Ruff morning? Moment terrified man leaps onto car roof to get away from dog – and then apologizes to the driver
- Destyni Jefferson from St Louis, Missouri, was sitting inside her car by her home
- In a panic a man jumps on the car roof as he flees from a neighbor’s dog
- The barking dog scurries away across the street when Jefferson honks her horn
This is the moment a man jumped on top of a parked car to escape an aggressive dog, only to realize there was someone sitting inside it.
Destyni Jefferson, a hairstylist from St Louis, Missouri, was in her car outside her house when a man jumped on the roof to flee from a neighbor’s German Shepherd.
CCTV shows her honking her horn and scaring off the dog as the man scrambles on top of the car, dropping one of his bags in his panic.
‘When I saw the dog running after him, then I understood why he was on my roof,’ Jefferson said afterwards.
The man can be heard apologizing to Jefferson before sliding cautiously off the roof as the dog walks back to a front yard across the street.
‘I’m so sorry,’ he says. She dismisses his apology as she rolls down her window and says, “You good, I saw that motherf****er this morning!”‘
The man sprints away from the dog when it starts to bark and chase him in St Louis, Missouri
Leap of faith! The man fleeing the dog jumps up on the roof of a stranger’s car for safety
The clip starts with the man walking calmly past a house across the street.
Loud barking can be heard as the dog runs out of the front yard after him. He breaks into a sprint and dashes for refuge on top of the car.
Jefferson shared the video on her Instagram page @destgotstylez, where it has had more than 28.8 thousand views.
One of the man’s bags falls down as he makes his way up onto the car roof
Destyni Jefferson, who sits in her car, honks the horn to ward the dog off and it scampers away across the street as the man cautiously watches it
She captioned it: ‘So I’m sitting in the car and this lil dude got chased by a dog and hopped up on my car. I was in the car holling.’
One viewer, @thehomegirltherapist, commented. ‘So glad you responded that way. Cause I would of done the same thang.’
Another, @kingg.dyhenderson, said: ‘So glad you weren’t mad mannnnn I can’t tell you how many times we’ve ran home because of loose dogs!’
‘I love how you let him know he’s ok,’ @sindy.g.oneil added.