A crazy man is rampaging in the middle of a busy intersection, smashing cars with metal bars
- A man with an iron bar was filmed crashing into a car on a busy Perth highway.
- Police later arrested a suspect who claimed he was hiding in a nearby hotel.
- Man charged with criminal damage and denied bail
A frightened motorist faced a man driving on a busy highway and brutally destroyed a passing car with an iron bar.
Police have since arrested a 40-year-old man in connection with an incident in which six cars were damaged at a busy West Coast Highway intersection in Perth’s beachside suburb of Scarborough.
He was charged with four counts of property damage or vandalism.
A video shot by the driver and uploaded to social media shows the man swinging a stick that looks like a baseball bat into a parked car, dashing onto a highway and confronting a car waiting at a traffic light. increase.
The driver slipped around him and was forced to run a red light to escape the rampage, and he continued to shake wildly.
A man standing in the middle of a busy Perth highway has launched a terrifying attack by violently brandishing an iron bar in passing traffic.
A woman says “Oh my God” in a car filming footage of the chaos.
“I got his car too,” says the male driver.
“He’s crashing everyone’s cars.”
Another video posted on TikTok shows a man breaking the rear door window of a gray hatchback.
The blow left the car’s driver and passengers in a glass shower.
After a horrifying antics, the man with the bar fled the scene.
A man was seen hitting a gray hatchback with an iron bar, and another video showed the blow shattering a rear door window.
Police arrested the suspect shortly afterward, who was hiding in a nearby hotel.
“Police were present at the scene and based on information provided by citizens, went to a hotel on nearby Philburn Street where the man was last seen,” a police spokesman told West.
“Police identified a room in the hotel.
He was denied bail and will be held in custody pending a hearing at the Perth Magistrate’s Court on Monday.
Police are asking anyone targeted by the man to come forward and report it.
A man running to confront cars lined up at a traffic light in the Perth seaside suburb of Scarborough
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