January 13, 2016 2:45 pm
Updated: January 13, 2016 3:03 pm

WATCH: Shirtless Michigan man clings onto hood of brother’s car; crashes into police

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It was a family feud taken to the road and captured on camera. It just so happened to be a police dashboard camera.

Police from Shelby Township in Michigan were responding to a domestic violence call last week when a white sedan with a topless man clinging onto the hood crashed into a police vehicle.

Authorities said brothers Minas Habib and Starvo Habib were allegedly fighting over a cellphone in their parents’ home when Minas took off in his car.

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A determined Starvo jumped on the hood of Minas’ car and held on until Minas crashed into the police officer’s car.

“What are you doing?” the officer shouts before asking whether Starvo is alright.

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Deputy Chief Mark Coil told Global News that it appeared as though Minas was attempting to launch Starvo off the hood of his car by intentionally ramming into the police vehicle.

No one was injured and the police car only incurred minimal damage.

Minas was later charged with reckless driving and Starvo for domestic violence for allegedly punching Minas in his injured knee.

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