WATCH: Kidnapped Woman FLOPS Out Of The Trunk Of Perv Boy’s Moving Car

This is an AMAZING escape!

A 25-year old woman was robbed and forced into the trunk of a car in Birmingham, Alabama.

The incident took place on Tuesday at about 10:30 pm.

The unidentified woman was approached near her apartment by a man with a gun demanding money. When she didn’t comply with the request, the suspect took her wallet and cell phone and forced her into the trunk of her own car.

He then went to a gas station to withdraw money from her account using her debit card.

The owner of the gas station, Yosef Alsabah, said that the suspect was behaving suspiciously and he told him to leave because he was trying to withdraw too much money from the ATM.

Alsabah also said that it looked like he had a pistol in his pocket, so he kept an eye on him.

The woman made the escape as the suspect drove in front of a security camera near the door to the gas station shop.

Video of her daring escape was shot at the Gas Land petrol station, where the driver had briefly pulled in to stop.

Security footage shows the driver walking inside the gas station and using an ATM, before returning to the kidnapped woman’s black Nissan Altima.

As the car pulls out of the station, the trunk is seen being pushed open before the woman desperately flings herself out to safety.

She slams down onto the concrete, before quickly getting up and rushing inside the gas station.

After getting inside, the 25-year-old frantically runs up to a worker, who then allows her behind the counter where she crouches down to hide.

Another staff member is then seen picking up a phone to call the police.
Read more: Daily Mail


The woman was hidden behind the counter and then in the back room while one of the gas station employees called the police.

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