The moment a hoon crashed his motorbike into a parked car and knocked himself unconscious has been captured on a Worrigee home's security camera.
Worrigee resident Rebecca Pollard woke around 3.30am on Saturday morning, March 9, to the noise of a motorbike flying by her Sophia Road home. Ms Pollard didn't think too much of it at the time, as it is something she says happens quite often in her area.
"We hear it all the time," she said. "Most weekends they are riding up and down the street or doing burnouts."
Ms Pollard said on Saturday morning, the bike stopped for about 15 minutes, before the engine started up again.
"We thought that was unusual but we didn't think too much about it at the time," she said.
When Ms Pollard and her husband went outside the next morning, they found parts of their lawn ripped up and chunks taken out of their driveway.
"At first I didn't think they'd [the motorbike rider] hit the ute but when I looked closer I saw the bottom of the guard had been smashed up," she said.
After checking their home security vision, Ms Pollard and her husband saw the rider had smashed into their ute, and knocked himself unconscious.
"He hit the side of the car and fell to the ground where he was lying unconscious for two or three minutes," she said.
"He was lucky he had a helmet on because it could have been a lot worse."
After he regained consciousness, the rider stood up "stumbled around for a little bit", then jumped on his bike and rode off.
"It's just so dangerous- he got up in the state he was in and kept on riding," Ms Pollard said.
Ms Pollard has urged the rider to come forward and pay for the damage caused. The incident has been reported to police. Anyone with information should contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.