Road rage driver chases man with piece of damaged car after motorway crash in CRAZY video
A terrifying road rage incident recorded from a dashcam, shows a motorist rushing after another motorist carrying a piece of his damaged car as a weapon. The incident took place along the side of a dual carriageway in Sydney, Australia after one seemed to intentionally ram the other.
After playing dodgem cars on a busy highway, a man carrying a piece of his broken automobile followed after another driver. On a Sydney freeway, dashcam film shows a silver hatchback attempting to split two cars in a hazardous maneuver. After colliding with a white Toyota station wagon, the silver hatchback appears to intentionally ram the white car in subsequent footage.
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Even more bizarre footage shows the man rushing after another man, likely the station wagon driver, who is carrying a smashed automobile piece aloft. The second man, dressed in white and carrying a bum bag over his chest, is trying to flee as the irate man in high visibility pursues him.
A guy in a high-vis orange vest can be seen furiously flailing a piece of wreckage over his head like a club. "I'm going to f*** you up!" shouts the other man in a white T-shirt as he runs down a slip lane to get away. It's unclear if the enraged motorist pursued the other man after the video ended. Hundreds of other road users watched in awe as the pursuit was caught on a phone while stuck in traffic congestion.
After being shared on a Facebook page called Humans Of Bankstown, the video went viral. Hundreds of people commented under the video. One person wrote, “Look how great multiculturalism is...let's go to Australia then treat the place like the shithole we came from”. “We can both agree that everyone in Sydney can't drive to save their lives,” another user wrote.
“This is what you do when someone doesn't obey your road rules” yet another person added. One person wrote, “I need to know what happened next”.
It's still unclear what prompted the altercation or whether or not the police were engaged.