- A shocking road rage incident in Parramatta has been caught on camera
- The incident unfolded near the suburb’s shopping mall in peak hour, Tuesday
- It shows one man being dragged across the ground as he tries to stop a cyclist
A shocking road rage attack which saw an older man being dragged down a street with his exposed stomach grazing against rough asphalt has been caught on camera.
The brutal road rage incident unfolded in Parramatta in Sydney’s west on Tuesday – at 5.50pm during the city’s heavy peak hour traffic.
A woman who witnessed the fight between the men told Daily Mail Australia the bicycle rider, who was not wearing a helmet, crashed into the older man’s car at a roundabout
A shocking road rage attack which saw an older man being dragged down a street with his exposed stomach grating against rough bitumen has been caught on camera
‘It was a massive disruption – people couldn’t get anywhere because the guy in the car wouldn’t move it off the roundabout,’ she said.
The dramatic scenes took place behind the shopping centre in the western Sydney suburb – and ended with the young cyclist yanking his bicycle free and leaving.
‘ I was yelling at them to let go of each other,’ the witness said.
The dishevelled older man who wanted police to arrive so they could assess the damage to his car and decide who was in the wrong tried his best to keep the cyclist waiting.
In the shocking footage he can be seen holding tightly onto the bicycle as the cyclist drags it, and him after it, across the ground.
The road rage incident happened in Parramatta on Tuesday afternoon – and brought traffic to a stand still
The young woman’s shocked voice can be heard over the video footage throughout the fight
The man’s bare belly is exposed by this time after it was torn earlier in the sensational scuffle.
‘I was scared someone was going to get hurt – it doesn’t take much for someone to hit their head in these situations.’
The young woman’s shocked voice can be heard over the video footage throughout the fight – but it appears most stressed when the cyclist managed his escape.
‘He’s gone,’ she yelled as the older man’s grip failed to keep the bike and its rider at the scene for long enough for police to arrive.
‘I felt really sorry for the bigger bloke, he was really upset and had some damage to his car.
The men fight over the bike before the cyclist manages to pull it free and leave