Next Media obtained footage of a police chase shot from an undercover Hong Kong cop car. The 33-year-old driver was trying to avoid paying a fine and was chased for 20 minutes after an automatic license plate recognition system alerted police.
His driving licence was revoked over a decade ago for failing to pay traffic penalties.
In the video, an officer can be heard calling for back-up and shouting at the perpetrator get out of his car, as the chase continued through the New Territories at over 100mph…
The driver was finally intercepted at a dead-end road in Sha Tin.
The footage has been compared to Sleeping Dogs and Grand Theft Auto by netizens.
As the dash-cam video compilation below shows, it is rare that such drama unfolds on Hong Kong roads. However, carelessness and near-misses are far from uncommon…
External video links and original clips relating to HK…
- Artist’s Virtual Pop-Up Tour of HK.
- Euphoric English Advert for HK’s Noah’s Ark.
- Extreme Urban Sports Videos in HK.
- HK International Pillow Fight Day Compilation 2011.
- HK International Pillow Fight Day Compilation 2012.
- HK International Pillow Fight Day Compilation 2013.
- HK’s Most Quaint & Delightful Public Service Ads from the 80s.
- Hollywood Destroys the Bank of China Building.
- Hong Kong Hyperlapse 2013.
- Hong Kong SantaCon 2012.
- Hong Kong’s Weirdest Public Service Ads.
- Interview with the Only Resident of Kuk Po Ghost Village.
- Life of a Hong Kong Tai Tai.
- Louis Vuitton’s Pretentious Corporate Claptrap.
- Maid Wars: The Plight of HK’s Domestic Workers.
- National Geographic’s 1978 HK Family Profile.
- No Room at the Cemetery? Turn Loved Ones Into Jewellery!
- Press Video Coverage of HK’s Third Pillow Fight Day.
- Six Spectacular Hong Kong Time Lapse Videos.
- Snowden Hong Kong: The Movie.
- The Birth of the MTR (Documentary).
- The Ecology & Politics of Tung Ping Chau.
- The Plight of Tin Shui Wai’s Hawkers in the ‘City of Despair’.
- The Prostitute-Busting Policewomen of 1960s Hong Kong.
- The Tiny HK Apartment With 24 Rooms in 1.
- Time-Lapse of Hong Kong by Edwin Lee.