WATCH: Rejected man throw golf balls at car of woman on high-speed highway
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WATCH: Rejected man throw golf balls at car of woman on high-speed highway

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An Australian man -- well, it's hard to call him a man -- did something we all do on the road every now and then. He saw a gorgeous woman in another car last Saturday. So, he tried to get her attention.

However, the 25-year-old woman wasn't interested. She didn't reciprocate as the man waved and blew kisses her way as they traveled side-by-side down the M1 highway. Apparently that upset this loser of a guy, who, after being separated in traffic from the woman's car, sped up to catch up to her. As footage from the woman's turned-sideways dash cam shows, the man then put down his window and starting chucking golf balls at her car while driving approximately 60 mph.

The anonymous woman's friend, Keith Cornwall, posted the footage to Facebook.

"Are you actually kidding me?" the woman yells at the rejected motorist.

"This is what happens when you don't let men flirt with you," the woman says in a voiceover. "They're golf balls."

A 24-year-old man, whose identity wasn't revealed, has been arrested and charged with endangering the safety of a vehicle by throwing an object and willful damage.



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