The Audi driver collided with another vehicle before hitting the house, say police (Image: Ben Lack/YappApp)

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A teenage driver crashed into a house and then drove off with the front door lodged in his windscreen.

The accident happened at around 7.45pm on Friday night and the driver of the Audi collided with another vehicle which resulted in him going into the porch of a house, say police.

He then drove away from the house in in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire.

The 18-year-old, who has not been named, was arrested on suspicion of being unfit to drive due to drink or drugs.

He was also taken to hospital with head injuries but is not thought to be seriously hurt.

A spokesman for West Yorkshire Police said: "A driver collided with a vehicle, then the front porch of a house – before then continuing to drive for several metres with front door attached to car.

The driver managed to drive away from the scene despite the front door
(Image: Ben Lack/YappApp)

"He was arrested suspected unfit through drink or drugs."

West Yorkshire Police posted a photograph of the grey Audi car on Twitter following the incident.

Anyone who witnessed the incident is asked to contact the police.

Police are appealing for witnesses
(Image: Ben Lack/YappApp)

This comes days after a supercar driver smashed into a grassy embankment head-on in a £110,000 Audi sports car.

The motorist appears to have spun off a 30mph road in the grey Audi R8 before ploughing into the grass verge and coming to a halt.

Pictures showed the wreckage of the top of the range supercar which costs £130,000 new.

The driver appears to have escaped unscathed following the crash in Hulme, Manchester.

Airbags on both the passenger and driver side were activated during the crash, the Manchester Evening News reports.