Shocking footage has captured the moment a furious motorist rips off the side mirror of a car and smashes in a window during an unprovoked road rage attack.
Belinda Reynolds, 58, was waiting at traffic lights on Main North Road at Elizabeth Grove, in Adelaide‘s north, on Wednesday when the other driver exploded.
A woman wearing a pink crop top and black pants suddenly began to attack her vehicle with the confrontation caught on camera by a nearby motorist.
The stranger, who was wearing glasses and had her dark hair tied back, first started pushing at Ms Reynolds’ window and then kicked off the side mirror.
It took her two goes to get the mirror completely off, and then another two goes to smash the driver’s side window with it.
Ms Reynolds said she had no idea what sparked the attack, which caused major damage to her car, as well leaving her with cuts to her hands and face.
Belinda Reynolds (pictured) was waiting at traffic lights on Main North Road in Elizabeth Grove, when a woman wearing a pink crop top and black pants suddenly launched a terrifying assault
‘I was petrified when the window got smashed. I said “Why are you doing this? Please stop, why are you doing this? I’m going to call the police,”‘ she told 7News.
‘She said “I don’t care, call them.”‘
The shocked driver told 9News she didn’t know ‘why she was so angry or angry at what. When the glass smashed, that’s when I panicked.’
Ms Reynold’s daughter shared her outrage on social media and called for witnesses to contact the South Australian police.
‘My poor mum was the f******* victim of this crazy f***wit – please contact Crime Stoppers if you saw anything,’ she wrote on Instagram.
In the comment section of another social media post, she wrote ‘This is my mum’s car!!!
‘She is nearly 60, she has scratches on her face and hands. She was petrified.’
Commenters expressed their sympathies and hoped her mum was okay.
‘It’s so unfair though – she’ll now have to cover all the financial expenses this thing of a human has caused her car though,’ she replied.
‘She’s so appreciative that the community is willing to help though and for this even being posted.’
Daily Mail Australia understands that the woman at the centre of the video has been identified and the police have spoken with her. No arrests have been made.
Adelaide also had a second, unrelated, road rage attack on Wednesday, which was also caught on camera in the inner suburb of Hindmarsh.
The woman (pictured), who was wearing glasses and had her dark hair tied back, first started pushing at Ms Reynolds’ window and then kicked off the wing mirror
Ms Reynolds was ‘petrified’ and suffered cuts to her hands and face (pictured) from a wild, unprovoked road rage attack in Adelaide’s north on Wednesday which was caught on camera
Motorists and passersby were shocked as two drivers got out of their cars and started punching each other.
A witness said that after what seemed to be a minor bingle, one man grabbed the other man’s keys and they then yelled and swore at each other before the punches started flying.
Police are investigating both incidents and calling for witnesses to contact them, especially if they have any dashcam footage.
Source: | This article originally belongs to Dailymail.co.uk
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