Man carried along on bonnet of hit and run car after rugby clash in Bath
A rugby fan was hurt after being hit by a car and carried along on its bonnet in Bath.
The incident happened as supporters were streaming out of The Rec after a game.
The man in his 40s, who is from Wiltshire, was hit by a red VW Golf and carried along on its bonnet for about 40 yards before the car drove off without stopping.
The victim was not seriously hurt, but was severely shocked and suffered a grazed knee and bruised shoulder.
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The incident took place in North Parade as rugby fans were leaving the game between Bath and Gloucester just after 10pm on Friday March 1.
Officers believe many people would have seen it happen.
Anyone with any information is asked to contact PC 711 Bob Prior at Bath police station on 101 or via www.avonandsomerset.police.uk/contact/crime_reporting.