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Naked man tries to break into a bus with a spare tyre as passengers scream in horror

Terrifying moment naked man tries to break into a bus with a road sign as passengers scream in horror outside a primary school

  • A passenger captured a video of a half-naked man trying to break onto a bus
  • Footage shows the man using a road sign to try and smash the windows in 
  • The video was filmed on the commute from Glenelg to Flinders in Adelaide

Terrified passengers screamed out in shock after a half-naked man tried to smash his way onto a bus using a road sign. 

Zivile Useckaite, who lives in Adelaide, captured the horrifying moment on the commute between Glenelg and Flinders on Thursday morning. 

The bus had come to a stop outside a primary school when the man approached wearing just his underpants.

He then uses a road sign to smash through the front window of the bus with passengers trapped inside. 

‘Oh no,’ a woman is hearing wailing.

‘Someone needs to call the police, we’re in danger. 

He was filmed using a road sign to try and break the window

Zivile Useckaite captured the horrifying moment on the commute between Glenelg and Flinders in Adelaide on Thursday morning

The camera then moves shakily around the bus as a passenger scream ‘Get down, just get down.’

The screams and heavy breathing continue while shattered glass flies onto the floor of the bus.

The driver can be heard calmly radioing for assistance before starting the engine and driving away. 

A 37-year-old man was arrested over the incident and taken to Flinders Medical Centre for a mental health assessment.

Police attended the scene after receiving reports of a man running in and out of traffic and damaging vehicles at the intersection of Diagnogal and Brighton roads just after 7.30am.  

Passengers panicked after the man broke a window and glass went flying onto the floor of the bus

Passengers panicked after the man broke a window and glass went flying onto the floor of the bus  

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