THIS is the moment a binman is hit by a car in an accident he is accused of faking.
Dashcam footage shows the refuse collector hit the bonnet of the Audi then writhe on the ground in Teversham, Cambridgeshire.
He then continues to roll around in apparent pain as his colleague confronts the driver, Wayne Nightingale.
The trash collector then tries to stop chauffer Wayne driving off by holding onto the side of the car as it moves out of the junction.
Wayne, 58, told MailOnline: “As he stood there I decided to go around him and that’s when he came towards my car and pretended that I hit him. But I knew I’d never touched him.
“The driver in front told me that he had the scene on video and we arranged for him to give it to me later on in the evening.”
The injured binman was later found to have a sprained ankle after the incident on March 11.
South Cambs District Council said the incident was being “thoroughly investigated”.
A spokesman added: “’We kept the resident who informed us about this updated and appreciate them bringing this to our attention.”
Wayne is now thanking his lucky stars that a resident in a parked car had his dashcam pointing in his direction.
He said: “As a chauffeur, if I had lost my license I would have lost my job which was a very scary thought.’
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