Sydney’s wild west: Terrifying moment elderly man smashes a driver’s windscreen with a huge wooden plank in crazed road rage attack
- The elderly man grabbed the wooden plank from the back seat of his car
- He approached the vehicle and smashed the windscreen several times
- The windscreen shattered and covered the driver with shards of glass
- It is unclear what happened before the incident in Parramatta on Thursday
An elderly man has been caught on camera shattering a driver’s windscreen with a large wooden plank in a crazed road rage attack.
The bearded man pulled over to the side of a road in Parramatta, in Sydney’s west, on Thursday afternoon before going on a frenzied rampage.
Mobile phone footage filmed by the victim from inside his car showed the man shattering his windscreen with the weapon, covering him with shards of glass.
‘What a f***ing wanker. What a wanker,’ the driver screamed as the elderly man repeatedly smashed his windscreen.
The elderly bearded man got out of his vehicle and opened the door to the back seat where he grabbed a large wooden plank
After the elderly man finished attacking the car, the driver was in disbelief.
‘Look at this bloke. Are you f***ing alright, bro?’
Footage of the attack was uploaded to Facebook, where viewers slammed the elderly man over his violent outburst.
‘The older you get the less you give a f**k,’ one person said.
‘More proof that the West isn’t safe,’ added another.
Others didn’t take the elderly man’s violent outburst seriously.
‘There was a bug on the windscreen. He was trying to help.’
He approached the man’s car and smashed the windscreen several times with the wooden plank in Parramatta on Thursday afternoon
The windscreen shattered and covered the driver with shards of glass. It is unclear what happened before the incident
While most people were shocked by the elderly man’s actions, others questioned what caused him to snap.
‘There is always two sides of the story,’ one person said.
Another said: ‘What started this? Nobody smashes some ***** windscreen for no reason.’
Queensland Police said they hadn’t received any reports about the incident when contacted by Daily Mail Australia.