Onlookers in Maple Ridge, B.C. were stunned to see a man hanging on to the outside of a moving car on Saturday, January 25. A video of a guy clinging to a car in B.C. as it was driving made it onto Facebook that same day, where it quickly went viral. B.C. RCMP arrested the suspect shortly after.\nMaple Ridge resident Bryan Johns posted the video to Facebook on Saturday, January 25, where it gathered almost 150 likes and over 1,000 shares.\nRidge Meadows RCMP has since declared they were investigating the incident. In a release, RCMP stated they had identified both the female driver and the male climber. The two are purported to have known each other.\nThey arrested the man on charges of "assault and mischief."\n"This incident was shared on social media before police received the video evidence, which caused much speculation," said Constable Julie Klaussner in the release.\n"We want to remind the public that, these are real people," she said. "Please consider the perspective of the victim and the fact that what you share, or when you share, may have an impact on the investigational outcome."\nThe release states the 30-year-old suspect will appear in the B.C. Provincial Court in Port Coquitlam on Monday, January 27.\nJohns was grabbing something out of his truck on when he heard loud banging and yelling. He quickly got out his phone and started filming.\n"By the time I fumbled to get my phone out and hit record he had gotten up on top of the vehicle and from there, that's pretty much where you see," said Johns to Narcity.\nHe ran after the car with camera in hand, feeling an "adrenaline rush."\n"There's not much you can do at the time to help anybody involved in the situation... I think for me it was a quick reaction to just get it on camera, in case somebody needed to see it," he said.\nRidge meadows RCMP confirm they are investigating an incident involving a man jumping onto a moving vehicle. All parties have been identified. More details on Monday.— Ridge Meadows RCMP (@RidgeRCMP) January 26, 2020\nSince the release came out, Johns said he's faced some backlash over the video.\n"I faced some criticism over posting it so fast," he said. "But at the same time, I feel like areas of Maple Ridge is kind of declining and we're seeing a lot more of this... my video shows quite clearly what's going on in our city."\nThe RCMP report warned viewers to hold their judgement until more information has surfaced.\n"There is always more to the before, during and after of an incident and not just a short video clip you see on social media," wrote Klaussner in the release.\nThat’s not how you Uber!— Holla (@tltyme) January 26, 2020\nJohns feels Maple Ridge has been seeing a lot more "crazy behaviour" lately.\n"I don't regret [posting the video]," said Johns. "I mean, I feel bad for a handful of people that involved but hopefully this is a wake-up call for the guy you see in the video."\nThe Vancouver region has been a hotbed for viral videos lately, car-related or not.\nNarcity has contacted Ridge Meadows RCMP for comment. We will update this article once we hear back.