Updated April 25, A year-old man has clung onto the back of his stolen ute for 20 minutes, wearing nothing but a towel, in an attempt to stop thieves from stealing his "pride and joy" from his house on Brisbane's northside. Bobby Cook was about to have a shower when he heard his Toyota Hilux start up in the cul de sac driveway of his home in Springer Place at Bracken Ridge about pm on Wednesday. Mr Cook, who considers the ute "part of his family", decided to run after it and jump onto the hard cover on the back of the vehicle. The ute eventually pulled over on Castle Hill Drive at Murrumba Downs and a small, white car with friends of the thieves pulled in behind them. Mr Cook walked to a nearby, late-night supermarket at Murrumba Downs and, with blood streaming down his face from the cup injury, he called police.
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