Shocking moment a furious motorist knocks a man to the ground before running over his electric scooter on a busy city street after allegedly shouting racist abuse
- Video shows the moment enraged motorist pushed a scooter rider over
- The rider, Anthony Van Pham, said he was carrying his pet sausage dog
- Clip was shared to Facebook on Friday with people urging him to tell the police
An enraged motorist has been filmed pushing a man holding his sausage dog to the ground before driving over his electric scooter in a shocking road rage incident.
Footage shared online showed the driver of the 2014 model Nissan X-Trial try in an altercation with scooter rider Anthony Van Pham in the Perth inner-city suburb of Highgate on Friday afternoon.
The driver could be seen getting out of his car and pushing Mr Pham to the asphalt before driving over his scooter, which was caught underneath and dragged down the street.
Anthony Van Pham was riding his scooter in Perth when an enraged motorist pushed him to the ground (pictured)
Two workmen in hi-vis gear can be seen running off after the car before turning around to help Mr Pham.
‘The driver tried to push me off the road in his car, yelling ‘get off the road you Asian c*** roads are for cars’,’ Mr Pham wrote in the caption to the video.
‘Thank God Spikey my little sausage dog in my carry bag wasn’t hurt’.
Mr Pham then thanked the ‘good Samaritans and tradies’ who checked he and his dog were not injured.
‘Please share this so we can find this person so he can get help for his anger management,’ he said.
Some commenters urged him to report the matter to the police.
‘Good to hear you and Spikey are ok,’ one person said.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted Mr Pham and WA Police for comment.
The motorist then drove over the scooter before taking off down the road (altercation pictured)