A man has been charged after he crashed into 22 parked cars whilst trying to evade police in Brisbane.
Around 12.30am, officers were following a white Mitsubishi Lancer on the Story Bridge when they activated their lights and sirens to pull it over.
The car failed to stop and continued driving along Main Street before turning into Thomas Street and accelerating away.
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Shortly after, police found the car stationary on Rawlins street after it had allegedly hit 22 parked cars, causing minor damage to the vehicles.
A 35-year-old Kelvin Grove man has since been charged with dangerous operation of a vehicle, two counts of fail to stop, and one count each of obstruct police, contravene direction (driver fail to state name) and fail to provide specimen of breath.
He has also been charged with twenty-two counts of fail to remain at scene of a traffic incident.
He is expected to appear at the Brisbane Magistrates Court on July 7.