A video has captured the moment a driver smashed up a van with his cricket bat in a shocking road rage attack caught on camera.
Dashcam footage, taken from a nearby vehicle on the residential street, shows a silver people carrier stopped at a junction. A van, also silver, had stopped at a right angle just a few yards in front.
The driver side door to the van was shut at the start of the 15-second clip before a fuming man emerged from the car a few seconds later. The enraged man was filmed racing to the boot of his car and grabbing a cricket bat.
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He then raced across the road whacks the back of the silver vehicle as the van driver attempts to make a speedy getaway. The bloke was heard shouting in frustration after the row as the van pulls away.
It is not known what caused the argument, which was caught on camera on Friday, September 29 in Southall, West London. Responding to the footage after it was posted online, one driver said: "If that was my van he hit I would have stopped and got out", while one wicket-minded social media user wrote: "That's LBW."
The Daily Star has contacted the Metropolitan Police for comment.
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It comes after an angry driver got into a heated arguement with a cyclist and left his car rolling down the street. The confrontation took place after the blue Peugeot driver overtook the cyclist on a narrow road near the M24 in Solihull, near Birmingham.
Footage taken on January 2 was shared by the cyclist on Twitter as he explained he indicated to turn right about 50 yards before turn when the driver overtook him in a dangerous move. The cyclist claimed the incident was "only worthy of a 'warning letter sent for inconsiderate driving' from Warwickshire Police."
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