A man has recently escaped from prison and is making his way home on foot.
He is walking along a straight rural country lane in bright daylight.
He has walked about two miles from the prison, when he sees a police car coming toward him.
Despite knowing that all squads would be out looking for him, he ran towards the car for a short while, and only when he was about ten feet away, did he turn and run into the woods to hide.
Why did he run towards the police car?
The man is on a bridge when he spots the police car.
He’s more than halfway across the bridge, so the quickest way off the bridge is to run forward.