This is the moment a sozzled pensioner puts his son in hospital as he runs him down trying to park after a night in the town.
Serkan A., 46, was trying to guide his father Huseyin A. into a spot as the 72-year-old man struggled to park outside the family home in the town of Didim, in the province of Aydin in western Turkey on 9th November.
CCTV footage shows how Huseyin inches along at a very low speed before suddenly accelerating.
His son – who was dragged for 100 feet (30 metres) down the road before his dad stopped – was only saved because he clung to the car’s bonnet.
Huseyin had mixed up the accelerator pedal with the brake, according to local media.
Serkan suffered several fractures in the incident. He was taken to a hospital in the nearby Aydin and remains in critical condition.
His father was interviewed by police officers and was reportedly found to be well over the drink-driving limit.
In Turkey, the blood alcohol content limit for driving under the influence is 0.05 mg/ml, and it is not clear what was Huseyin’s level at the moment of the incident.
According to reports, Serkan did not file a report against his father.