Dashcam Video Shows Man Belly-Flopping Onto Hood of Wisconsin Patrol Car

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Dashcam video posted to a Wisconsin police department’s Facebook page shows a man who had allegedly been drinking belly-flopping onto the hood of a patrol car on New Year’s Eve.

“Not a good start to 2017,” City of Menasha Police Department officials wrote in their Facebook post.

The City of Menasha Police Department shared this photo of a patrol car with a broken windshield after a man belly-flopped onto its hood on Dec. 31, 2016.

The City of Menasha Police Department shared this photo of a patrol car with a broken windshield after a man belly-flopped onto its hood on Dec. 31, 2016.

Police said a 25-year-old man first jumped onto a vehicle and officers responded to the scene.

When officers arrived, the video shows the man then jumping onto the hood of the car, causing the windshield to break.

Two officers inside the vehicle were injured, apparently while taking the man into custody. One officer was treated and released from the hospital, while the other did not seek medical treatment, police said.

The man was taken to a hospital and was eventually taken the county jail. The case was being referred to the Winnebago County District Attorney’s Office on multiple charges.

The Facebook post ended with a message to residents: “A reminder that if you drink, please do so responsibly.”