New footage has emerged showing the aftermath of a road rage accident that saw a woman collide with an anti-vaxxer’s car before starting an expletive-laden altercation in the middle of a busy road.
Furious Canberra local Chantal-Jasmin Fox, 26, went to drive off after an incident on with a Covid protester on Saturday morning following widespread demonstrations in the nation’s capital.
An angry Ms Fox shouted at a protester who was checking her car for any damage.
But when Ms Fox went to drive off, her Holden Captiva collided with the demonstrator’s parked vehicle – with vision of the accident going viral.
The newly-unearthed video captured by anti-vax protesters shows Ms Fox repeatedly screaming and swearing at them as she climbs in and out of her Holden Captiva propped up on two wheels, declaring that she’s Canadian and they are ‘un-Australian’.
‘People are dying, they’re dying in the street in America,’ she can be heard screaming.
‘Don’t bring that f***ing ignorance here. F*** off back home, we’re full b****, f*** off.’
New footage has emerged showing the aftermath of a road rage accident that saw Canberra woman Chantal-Jasmin Fox collide with an anti-vaxxer’s car before starting an altercation in the middle of a busy road
Furious Canberra local Chantal-Jasmin Fox, 26, clashes with anti-vaxxers after colliding with one of their cars on Saturday morning
Ms Fox (pictured) told Daily Mail Australia her friends, family and workplace had been inundated with abuse and harassment since the incident
She posted a picture of her black 4WD mounted on the other woman’s car saying she was a ‘bit butthurt over an accident’, adding ‘anti-vaxxers = drama’ (pictured)
The footage, which lasts nearly 20 minutes, shows the series of events immediately following the accidental collision which occurred in Canberra on Saturday after more than 20,000 turned up to protest vaccine mandates – the largest public demonstration ever held in the city.
Ms Fox can be seen screaming in the faces of several anti-vaxxers, with one woman bursting into tears saying she had been ‘harassing our whole street’.
‘Yeah, and you haven’t been harassing anyone,’ an older man replies to her.
Ms Fox continues to march up and down the median strip barking insults at anyone who stands in her way.
‘You can stay but we’re going to come for ya, you f***ing losers. You’re not helping anyone, go home you old f***ing bag,’ she says to an older woman.
‘This is the most un-Australian s*** you’ve ever seen.’
She then walks over to the car she struck, ripping a Red Ensign flag from its window, a flag which has been co-opted by the anti-vaxx movement.
‘What the f*** is that, that’s not the Australian flag. That’s not the Aboriginal flag. Get the f*** out of Canberra, no one wants you here,’ she screams.
‘Get out of our country girl, if you don’t like it f*** off. Look at you, you f***ing Aryan b****, you look like a Hitler person,’ she shouts before sitting on the bonnet of the Volkswagen stationwagon she collided with.
Ms Fox stands on the bonnet of the Volkswagen she struck before climbing into the front seat of her Holden Captiva which has been propped up on two wheels
‘You can stay but we’re going to come for ya, you f***ing losers. You’re not helping anyone, go home you old f***ing bag,’ she says to an older woman
She then continues to scream and rant on the median strip of the busy Canberra road, repeatedly climbing in and out of her car and standing on the front of the other vehicle.
‘You’re affecting our small businesses in Canberra. That is not OK, that is not protesting, for you to come and f*** with our businesses. The federal government doesn’t care about you,’ she said before she repeatedly yells ‘who the f*** are you’ to a man who joins the dispute.
She then climbs back onto the Volkswagen and in through the window of her Holden Capitva.
‘You look like f***ing d***heads,’ she says from her car which is wedged onto the stationwagon.
A woman replies that her husband and daughter have been vaccinated and that she is protesting for ‘choices’.
‘I’m not harassing anyone, I’m very loving and caring,’ she says as the woman continues to yell from her Holden Captiva propped up on two wheels.
‘I just don’t want to vaccinate my children. That’s all. Hands off my kids.’
Ms Fox then walks over to the car she struck, ripping a Red Ensign flag from its window. ‘What the f*** is that, that’s not the Australian flag. That’s not the Aboriginal flag. Get the f*** out of Canberra, no one wants you here,’ she screams
The woman continues to rant from the front seat of her car, revealing she was not born in Australia.
‘Guess what, I’m f***ing Canadian, you look like d***heads to a f***ing Canadian,’ she said, before claiming her mother is Aboriginal.
‘You think this is oppression? You’re invading our f***ing town.’
Some of the protesters continue to speak between themselves while filming the altercation, as the woman continues to scream at everyone standing nearby.
‘Enjoy going home tomorrow when the AFP and SWAT teams kick you out,’ she shouts.
‘Do you know what country you’re in?’ a man replies.
The dispute lasts for several minutes as a protester gets increasingly aggressive in response to Ms Fox’s ranting.
The footage ends with anti-vaxxers saying they need to leave but that police are arriving any minute.
‘Guess what, I’m f***ing Canadian, you look like d***heads to a f***ing Canadian,’ Ms Fox said, before claiming her mother is Aboriginal
The dispute lasts for several minutes as a protester gets increasingly aggressive in response to Ms Fox’s ranting, before the footage ends with the protesters saying police are coming
It comes as thousands of anti-vaxxers descend on the nation’s capital for days of protests against vaccine mandates and restrictions – much to the anger of locals.
Saturday’s rally of up to 20,000 people is understood to be the biggest public demonstration ever held in Canberra.
Ms Fox on Sunday posted a picture of her black 4WD mounted on the other woman’s car saying she was a ‘bit butthurt over an accident’, adding ‘anti-vaxxers = drama’.
She told Daily Mail Australia the collision was ‘just a common road accident blown out of proportion’.
She said police, firefighters and paramedics responded to the collision with officers leaving the scene without pressing charges.
In a statement, ACT Police confirmed Ms Fox will be hit with an infringement notice for negligent driving.
Of the damage to the vehicles Ms Fox said the woman’s car had to be towed from the scene while her car requires a wheel alignment.
‘I drove home from the accident, and didn’t hear anything until Sunday morning when it was going viral,’ she said.
Ms Fox is yet to respond to questions about the flag-waving incident.
The incredible road rage erupted after an anti-vaxxer allegedly rolled backwards into Chantal-Jasmine Fox (pictured) on a Canberra road
She said the backlash on social media was ‘a last ditch effort by this movement to scare and pressure our government’.
Ms Fox shared a series of responses to the video to her Instagram stories, with one person describing her as ‘shameful’.
‘What do you have to say for yourself,’ a person commented, to which Ms Fox replied: ‘Suck my b***s’.
While some were shocked at the brutal rear-ending others sided with the Canberra local and said the protester should ‘stay out’.
‘No sympathy from me. Get out, stay out,’ one woman wrote.
‘Never seen such a huge crowd of victims in my life,’ another wrote.
Ms Fox told Daily Mail Australia her friends, family and workplace have been inundated with abuse and harassment since the incident.
‘I don’t mind about myself, but my friends didn’t deserve that,’ she said.
‘Get the f*** out of Canberra. Nobody wants you here,’ she yells at the protester while waving the flags in her face in the aftermath of the collision (pictured)
The original video began with the other woman bending down to film the front of her to record any damage.
Ms Fox is then heard yelling at the other driver, ‘what are you doing you f**king bogan?
‘Get the f**k out of Canberra, go get a job and find something better to do with your f**king life,’ she yells – as the protester asks her for her licence.
‘You’ve reversed into me. Honey, you’ve just reversed into me,’ Ms Fox repeats. ‘Say whatever you want sweetheart. The media doesn’t care about you.’
The woman filming tells the driver she is a ‘maniac’ who deftly responds: ‘Yeah I am, so get out of Canberra because there are a lot of us.’
As she attempts to drive away from the scene her vehicle rams into the back of the protester’s car with the impact launching the 4WD into the air.
Her tyres land on the roof of the hatchback with a loud crunch as the protester lets out a scream.
‘How’s that?’ the woman calls to her from her window.
‘You f**king idiot. You are f**ked,’ the protestor screams back.
The infuriated local came to blows with the Covid protestor on a Canberra road after the woman claimed she had reversed into her at a traffic light (pictured is Ms Fox)
It comes as 20,000 anti-vaccine activists, conspiracy theorists and people from the sovereign citizen movement marched in the nation’s capital last weekend.
Protesters have been making their presence known in the city since January, however record numbers gathered on the Parliament House lawns on Saturday.
Three people were arrested during the weekend’s demonstrators including one man who allegedly drove his truck through a roadblock.
Some of the protester’s caused damage to the EPIC show-ground forcing the cancellation of the Lifeline charity book fair.
Police said rising numbers of people at the rallies and campers placing tents in non-camping areas had left organisers with no choice but to cancel.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison asked the activists to protest ‘peacefully and respectfully’ and said state governments were responsible for mandates.
‘I’m going to be very clear when it comes to the issue of vaccine mandates: The Commonwealth government has only ever supported mandates that relate to aged care workers, disability workers and those who are working in high-risk situations in the health system,’ he said at a press conference.
Three people were arrested during the weekend’s demonstrators including one man who allegedly drove his truck through a roadblock (pictured, protesters outside Parliament House)
Saturday’s rally of up to 20,000 people is understood to be the biggest public demonstration ever held in Canberra (pictured, people attend a protest in the nation’s capital on Saturday)