A shocking group of moments, armed with baseball bats, stones and screwdrivers, attacks a driver by car shortly after a wild incident
- CCTV video caught a violent fight in the Mandurah suburb of WA
- A man in a Ute allegedly slams into a station wagon after escaping from a nearby house
- Men from the station wagon then supposedly smash the ute with stones and bats
CCTV captured the shocking moment when a Ute driver rammed into a car before an angry mob jumped out and attacked the Toyota Hilux with baseball bats, stones, and screwdrivers.
The bizarre incident started in a Mandurah house south of Perth, where 35-year-old Peter Philip Young allegedly slapped a person over the head with a chair, according to residents.
CCTV footage shows Young leaving the house, followed by three men and a woman stacking up in a station wagon allegedly armed with baseball bats before chasing Ute.
CCTV captured the shocking moment when a Ute was rammed into a car before a group of people jumped out and attacked the Toyota Hilux with baseball bats, stones, and screwdrivers
Just a few moments later, the Hilux is filmed as it rams into the parked station wagon.
The scene then turns into chaos and the three men from the station wagon smashed the ute with a baseball bat, stones and a screwdriver.
Young then manages to race away.
& # 39; It was terrifying. In my opinion, if they had caught him, they would have killed him – they were so wild, ”94-year-old witness Stan Richards told 9News.
Mr. Young has been hospitalized with head injuries and faces seven charges, including ruthless driving.
The 32-year-old woman behind the wheel of the station wagon was accused of driving without a license.
Three men from the station wagon smashed the Ute with a baseball bat, stones and a screwdriver
The Holden station wagon was badly damaged after a Ute was allegedly pushed into Mandurah south of Perth
"There were three other people who were arrested and released without charge," said Neil Evans, a WA policeman.
The men arrested for the crime claim that they are not in the security vision, but the officials are not convinced.
They ask that someone with a dashcam vision or cell phone footage report.