Moment driver tries to fight off masked carjackers as they steal his £85k BMW after ambushing him outside his home
- Mobeen Chaudry, 37, tried to fight off carjackers in Harborne near Birmingham
- He had just pulled into the driveway in his BMW when he was attacked by thugs
- Thieves drove off with his car after they beat him up and threw him to the curb
This is the chilling moment a defenceless man is attacked by three masked men for the keys to his £85K BMW.
Mobeen Chaudry had just pulled into his driveway in Harborne, near Birmingham and got out of his car when he was suddenly rushed by the vicious gang.
Dramatic home security footage from this Saturday shows how he panicked when he saw the men in balaclavas and ran down his cul-de-sac in fear, repeatedly screaming ‘no, no’ at the top of his voice but was kicked to the ground and the keys to the car snatched off him.
Mobeen Chaudry, 37, (left) is attacked by carjackers outside his home in Harborne, near Birmingham
The father-of-one bravely ran back to his car shouting ‘leave me alone’ – as one assailant repeatedly ordered him to ‘move bro’.
Undeterred, Mr Chaudry got into his car through the back door as it was reversed but says he was repeatedly hit over the head until he briefly blacked out and kicked to roadside.
He says the thugs drove off in the four-month-old £85K white BMW X3M Competition while the others trailed in their getaway grey Audi TT.
Mr Chaudry, sustained facial injuries from the attack and was checked over by paramedics after
Mr Chaudry tries to fight off the men as they attack him in order to get the keys to his white BMW X3M Competition
The 38-year-old didn’t see the men approaching as his fence is too high
The white motor was recovered around 6am in Shirley and police have launched an investigation.
Mr Chaudry, 37, told BirminghamLive: ‘They are savages, they have no respect or care for anyone.
‘I’ve got lots of cuts, bruises and had two teeth knocked out. I worked hard for that car. I was not born with a silver spoon in my mouth.
‘I saved for many years. I worked long hours and made a lot of sacrifices to afford that car.’
The horror unfolded as Mr Chaudry, who works in IT, pulled up on his drive in Gilmorton Close at 1am on Saturday.
He said: ‘I didn’t see them approaching as my fence is high. As soon as I saw them I tried to run away down my cul-de-sac.
The father-of-one runs back to his car shouting ‘leave me alone’ – as one assailant repeatedly orders him to ‘move bro’
The victim can be heard repeatedly screaming ‘no, no’ at the top of his voice as he’s attacked by the masked men
‘I ran away but they tripped me and kicked me a few times on the ground.
‘I was holding on to the key at the time but they managed to get it off me.
‘One of them managed to get in the BMW and I chased after them.
‘I ran around the back of the car and jumped in through the back door.
‘I was on the back seat and tried to get the key back but one of them got into the car alongside me and started hitting me over the head with a kind of tool or weapon.
‘He was reversing out and I might have blacked out briefly while they were hitting me over the head.
‘I was dragged out of the car and left in the middle of the road.’
The video ends with the BMW – which has a tracker fitted – being driven off while some of the attackers follow in their Audi TT and Mr Chaudry stumbling around.
A neighbour who heard his screams came to his aid and the police came within minutes. The incident has left him feeling ‘sore, upset and gutted.’
Mr Chaudry is beaten up and kicked out of the car. He stumbles around as the thugs drive off with his car
On Sunday a West Midlands Police spokeswoman said: ‘We’re investigating after a man was targeted in a carjacking as he returned to his home in Gilmorton Close, Harborne at around 1am yesterday morning (13 Nov).
A man in his 30s was approached by three men as he got out of his BMW who assaulted him before driving off in his car.
‘The victim sustained facial injuries and was checked over by paramedics at the scene.
‘The car was later recovered in Shirley.’
Anyone with information should contact police via Live Chat or by calling 101, quote 20/1832160/21.
MailOnline has contacted the police for updates.
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