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Disturbing moment thug follows woman into a Sydney cafe and attacked her after road rage incident

Disturbing moment a man follows a woman into a café after she crossed the road in front of his black SUV – before ‘viciously attacking her and smashing her mobile phone’

  • CCTV released of man confronting woman in a cafe after road rage incident
  • It’s alleged she was assaulted by a man who threw her bike into the street
  • CCTV has been released of a man who can assist police with inquiries 
  • Police investigation into the February 14 incident in Sydney CBD continues
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Shocking footage has emerged of a man confronting a woman before allegedly attacking her in a Sydney cafe after an road rage incident.

Police have released CCTV as part of their ongoing investigations in the hope witnesses may come forward and assist with their inquiries. 

Cops were called to Wattle Street, Ultimo around 1.45pm on Sunday February 14  following reports a woman had been assaulted. 

Police allege a man followed a woman into a Sydney cafe after a road rage incident (pictured, a man who can assist with inquiries)

Officers were told the woman was crossing a road when the driver of a black SUV beeped the horn and hurled verbal abuse at her.

It’s alleged the man followed her into a nearby café where he assaulted her before throwing her bike into the street and smashing her mobile phone.

CCTV shows a man wearing a black T-shirt, pants and sunglasses walking into a cafe, with police believing he may be able to assist with inquiries. 

Police alleged the man verbally abused the woman before following her into the Ultimo cafe (pictured, a man police are seeking to help with inquiries)

Police alleged the man verbally abused the woman before following her into the Ultimo cafe (pictured, a man police are seeking to help with inquiries)

The woman, 37, suffered minor injuries to her wrists and hands during the alleged assault. 

Sydney City Police Area Command have launched an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the incident.

Inquiries are ongoing. 

Anyone with information is urged to call CrimeStoppers on 1800 333 000.

Police believe the man (pictured) can assist with their inquiries into the February 14 incident

Police believe the man (pictured) can assist with their inquiries into the February 14 incident

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