"Oh my god, he's dangerous": Terrible moment when a man with a dark complexion is raging wildly with a wooden bat in the suburban street
- A man with a black face and holding a wooden bat is said to have caused chaos
- He streaked up and down a street in Adelaide and reportedly destroyed dozens of cars
- Terrified residents recorded a video of the man's killing spree before calling the police
- After the police arrived, they found a man who was stabbed with scissors
- Police arrested the 45-year-old suspect after a violent killing spree lasting one hour
A black-faced man swinging a wooden bat is said to have raged violently in a suburban street, destroying cars and scaring locals.
A resident of Greenacres in northeastern Adelaide caught the man on video as he paced Craig Street up and down the five-foot bat as frightened locals watched.
"Oh my god, he's dangerous … he has a big wooden stick, he just breaks all the cars on the street," you can hear the man behind the camera saying.
A man with a black complexion (pictured) waving a wooden bat is said to have raged violently in a suburban street, destroying cars and scaring locals
The man's face was covered with dark paint and a hood as he walked up and down the street with the long wooden bat on broad daylight in Monday.
"He scares the street, buddy, he's a dangerous man," says the resident as he films the unknown man.
The man roamed the street for more than an hour and reportedly damaged at least a dozen cars during his bizarre outbreak.
A resident of Greenacres in Adelaide captured the man on a video of him walking the five-foot bat up and down Craig Street while the frightened locals watched
Shortly after 2 p.m., police and paramedics arrived on site after hectic calls from frightened residents.
They found a 55-year-old man who was stabbed in the chest with scissors and then taken to the hospital.
Shortly afterwards, the police found the 45-year-old man nearby.
& # 39; It was pretty scary, he just screamed nonsense and crashed cars. It was pretty scary, ”said a witness to Nine News.
The suspect has not been charged, but is expected to face a number of charges, including personal injury and property damage.
The man roamed the street for over an hour and damaged at least a dozen cars during his bizarre outbreak before the police and medics arrived
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