‘It’s the most frightening moment I’ve ever experienced’: A man in a kia is seen screaming, “Get out of my car!” at a group of people outside of a Penske dealership in Tempe, Arizona

“I thought it was going to be an easy call.

But he didn’t give a damn about me.

“The driver tried to turn around, but he just kept on yelling, saying, ‘You’re fucking idiot!,'” the man’s passenger, Robert Huggins, told NBC affiliate KPHO. “

Huggans said the driver was later found by the Penske employee. “

The driver tried to turn around, but he just kept on yelling, saying, ‘You’re fucking idiot!,'” the man’s passenger, Robert Huggins, told NBC affiliate KPHO.

Huggans said the driver was later found by the Penske employee.

“We just got a call from Penske saying, they have an accident,” Huggs told KPHG.

“They said it’s a Penskes truck.

They said they’re in the process of bringing a tow truck to pick it up.”

The incident happened about 10:45 a.m.

Sunday in the 300 block of North State Street in Temps, Arizona.

“It’s a total panic.

He’s screaming at you,” Haggins said.

It’s spinning so fast it’s like it’s going to come down on top of you.” “

And then the car starts spinning around.

It’s spinning so fast it’s like it’s going to come down on top of you.”

According to the police report: “The suspect was screaming that he was going in and out of this truck, but there was no truck there.”

“The car started spinning and he was yelling that he’s going in there and he’s not going out,” Hoggs added.

“I don’t know if the driver had a license plate.

It didn’t seem like it had one.”

When the Penskes employee came out to assist, the driver tried “to grab my arms and try to pull me out of there,” Hggs told the station.

“But he just slammed his head into the car.

It hit the back of my head and the front of my face.

I just felt like I was being thrown off of a cliff.”

The Penske truck then took the car to the local Subaru dealership, where it was towed to a nearby gas station.

According to KPHF, the car was then taken to a private car rental company, where a Penskis employee drove it to the location of a nearby home.

Hoggans told the KPHE station that he and his friend witnessed the whole ordeal unfold, and that they were shocked by the scene.

“There was this lady driving the car that was damaged and she just got out of it.

There was nothing she could do,” Higgins said of the Penskise worker.

“She’s just trying to make her way back home and she’s like, ‘I don.t know what to do.

“In all likelihood, this is the first time in Penske history that an employee has been charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, a misdemeanor, and booked into jail,” the company said in a statement to the station, adding that the Penskie employee is no longer employed by Penske. “

“As with any matter involving Penske, we’re investigating this matter to determine if there is any merit to the charges.””

In all likelihood, this is the first time in Penske history that an employee has been charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, a misdemeanor, and booked into jail,” the company said in a statement to the station, adding that the Penskie employee is no longer employed by Penske.

“As with any matter involving Penske, we’re investigating this matter to determine if there is any merit to the charges.”