- The incident is believed to have taken place in Southall in West London
This is the second a man smashes a cricket bat into the facet of a van in an obvious act of highway rage.
Footage of the incident, which is believed to have taken place in Southall, west London, reveals a silver folks provider and silver van stopped at a junction.
In the video, which is taken from one other car within the highway, a man might be seen reaching into the boot of the automobile and pulling out a cricket bat.
Seeing what’s about to occur, the driver of the Citroën van begins its engine and begins to pull away.
The man then prices on the shifting car, earlier than elevating the bat above his head and hitting the facet of the shifting car.
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Video of the confrontation was shared on-line on Friday, September 29, though the precise location the place it happened is unknown.
One individual stated: ‘If that was my van he hit I’d have stopped and bought out!!’
Another joked ‘that is LBW’, a reference to one of many methods a batter might be dismissed in cricket.
MailOnline has contacted the Metropolitan Police for remark.
It comes a man who screamed at a feminine motorist in a terrifying highway rage incident in Bournemouth, Dorset, which went viral over the weekend was unmasked.
Peter Abbott began shouting on the girl, branding her ‘f***ing bloody annoying’ and a ‘f***ing s**g’ throughout a confrontation on August 25 at a Tesco petrol station.
The 59-year-old additionally banged on her windscreen and snarled on the girl as he shouted: ‘Do you see me you f***ing tart?’
When he was confronted by reporters from The Sun outdoors his luxurious condo block in Bournemouth he was equally foul-mouthed, shouting at them to ‘f*** off’.
He shouted: ‘Just keep away from me. Get away from me.’
He then allegedly confronted the feminine reporter as she bought in her automobile to depart, standing up in opposition to the window and telling her to ‘f*** off’.
Dorset Police beforehand stated it was investigating the incident, though nobody has been arrested.
A spokesperson for the pressure instructed MailOnline: ‘On Friday 25 August 2023 at roughly 11.40am, officers responded to a name from a member of the general public following a public order and legal harm incident at Tesco petrol station on Castle Lane, Bournemouth.
‘It is reported that the person stepped out of his car, verbally abused the sufferer and punched the windscreen of the sufferer’s automobile.
‘The investigation is ongoing. No arrests have but been made.’