Tradie justice: The shocking moment a worker in a high-vis leaps out of his ute and chases after a driver who punched him through his window during a road rage row
- Road rage incident in south west Sydney has been filmed by shocked witnessed
- The video shows one man attacking another before fleeing back to his car
- The victim then chases the attacker and attacks him inside of his own car
- Residents said the intersection was notorious for road rage incidents
A vicious road rage incident has been filmed by multiple by standers as two tradies laid into each other at a busy intersection.
The extraordinary altercation was filmed in Earlwood, in Sydney’s south west, on Friday.
‘You’re kidding, oh my god!’, one lady is heard shouting in a video shared by 9 News.
The video shows one man leaving his car and attacking the driver in the vehicle ahead, walking up to the open driver side window and throwing wild punches.
A vicious road rage incident has been filmed by multiple by standers as two men laid into each other at a busy intersection
The victim then jumps from his car to retaliate before the first man races back to his car.
This time the victim becomes the attacker when he begins to throw his own punches into the first driver’s car.
Witness Dennis Guerreiro said the intersection was notorious for road rage of varying degrees.
Both men were filmed throwing punches before one chased the other back to his car and police said they could face charges if identified
The road rage assault was filmed in Earlwood, a suburb in Sydney’s south west, on Friday, shocking by standers
‘I heard all this screaming and I come outside and by the time I got out here there was a ute stopped there at the front of the lights and he was out with his shoe in his hands just screaming,’ he said.
‘It happens quite a bit.’
He said the intersection tended to cause confusion among drivers which tended to cause tempers to flare.
Assistant Police Commissioner Michael Corboy said while the men are yet to be identified, they could be in some trouble if they are.
‘This is a situation where both of these people could end up facing serious criminal charges,’ he said.