Son crashing car on driveway sends mum into rage ruining moment she meets girlfriend for the first time

This is the funny moment a lad crashed his car on his mum's driveway sending her into a foul-mouthed tirade - ruining her first meeting with his girlfriend.

Adam Fox, 23, was taking his girlfriend to see his mum Alana Fox for the first time when the car lurched forward with him trapped in the door.

Adam, an alarm engineer, accidentally started the Vauxhall Corsa when it was in gear and it leapt forward.

The vehicle crashed into Adam's sister's car, which was directly in front and damaged the family caravan, to the right-hand side, causing around "£200 worth of damage".

Mum Alana, who is from Higham Ferrers, Northants., is heard in the video hilariously reacting to the situation as girlfriend Imogen is left wincing.

Alana can be heard saying: "Adam, you f****** k***head!" to which he retorts "Why'd you leave it in gear?!"

Adam said: "The car was at my parents' as they were changing the battery over for me.

"As the car hasn’t been in use for a year, my dad left the car in gear with the handbrake off.

"Being on autopilot, I started the car now I normally do.

"For it then take off with me hanging out the car into my sister's car which was in front, also causing damage to the family caravan.

"The Corsa had a few scratches which managed to rub out. My sister's car had a cracked bumper and the caravan has a nice bit of blue along the side of it.

"I’d say about £200 worth of damage.

"It was the first time my mum and girlfriend met. It was going well before the video started.

"Once it happened my girlfriend was speechless and didn’t know what to say."

The video has been liked over 20,000 times and viewed over 300,000 times after it went viral on TikTok.

Adam added: "I uploaded it around 11 pm on Sunday, woke up Monday with around 500 views which is around my follower count.

"Checked an hour later and it was 5k, every 5 minutes it would have gone up by 10k!

"So was not expecting it to go viral until that point."