A 23-YEAR-OLD Huddersfield man who survived a spectacular crash in Almondbury last November has pleaded guilty to a charge of dangerous driving.
Martin Harriott, of Staynton Crescent, Bradley, was thrown from the Fiat Bravo he was driving when it smashed into a wall at the junction of Northgate and Westgate.
Harriott, who has also admitted offences of driving without insurance and without a licence, appeared at Bradford Crown Court yesterday with his right arm in a sling.
Judge Roger Scott was shown police photographs of the car and noted: "It's a good job he was thrown out of it by the look of it.
"You don't see a car written-off quite so spectacularly very often."
The judge granted Harriott bail pending the preparation of a pre-sentence report on him, but he warned him that all options, including prison, will be open to the judge who sentences him on May 20.