The shocking moment an Aboriginal shopper threw his push bike at security guards after they kicked his bike wheel has been caught on camera.
The footage shows a young man dressed in an orange t-shirt, cap and backpack standing out the front of a Queensland shopping centre with his red bike facing at least two centre security guards.
A number of people can be seen leaving the Inala Plaza while the young man is confronted by the security guards at the front doors of the centre.
The shocking moment an Aboriginal shopper threw his push bike at security guards was caught on camera (pictured)
The security guards were filmed kicking the man’s bike wheel before shoving him away
The young man can be heard saying ‘you broke my bike’ as he turns to leave before turning back, heading straight for one security guard.
The footage shows the Aboriginal man lifting his bike’s front wheel into the air before slamming it on the pavement.
As the Aboriginal man turns to walk away, one security guard kicks the back wheel of the red push bike before the young man retaliates, throwing the bike at the security guard.
‘You f***** up my bike c****, you f***** it up,’ a voice can be heard shouting.
The footage, which was viewed more than 261,000 times since it was posted four days ago, shows the security guard walking towards the Aboriginal man before shoving him metres away from the bike.
The young man walks away from the security and picks up his bike and walks away as one of the security guards follows him away from the centre.
The young man can be heard saying ‘you broke my bike’ as he turns to leave before turning back, heading straight for one security guard (pictured)
‘F*** off you f*** Aboriginal s***,’ the security guard can be heard saying.
The security guards can be seen quickly turning their attention to the person filming the incident where they can be heard asking ‘do you wanna fight’.
While one security guard is led away by another man, another security guard explains to the person filming the shocking incident that no bikes are allowed in the centre.
‘He kicked me first inside,’ the guard is heard saying.
Daily Mail Australia contacted Inala Plaza for comment.