Porsche Cayman Road Rage Incident in South Africa [VIDEO]
Jul 31, 2014 11:25
There's no shortage of road bullies. Here's an incident that's going viral in South Africa. It occurred on Witkoppen Road in Fourways in South Africa and was recorded on a cell phone by the driver of a following vehicle.
The eyewitness wrote on YouTube:
"A Porsche was driving recklessly down Witkoppen road towards four ways from sunning hill. At one of the traffic lights the passenger of the Porsche threw something out of the window at the car behind them.
When the driver of the targeted vehicle hooted ( and probably flipped him the bird and rightly so ) the Porsche then proceeded to swerve in and out in front of the other car until coming to a stop at the next robot where the passenger of the Porsche got out of the vehicle and started to kick and bash the other car door and side mirror
I recorded most of the event except where the thug repeatedly punched the other driver in the face. We stopped and helped the other driver find his keys and calm down. Also called 10111 to report suspected drunk/reckless driving and assault on Witkoppen road to which they replied, "report it at the police station". What the hell does that do for other innocent drivers in the path of these troglodytes?"
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