& # 39; I was a little lost & # 39 ;: the motorcyclist who stopped in the middle of the Sydney Harbor Bridge to hit a taxi driver through his window apologizes
- Sydney Harbor Bridge was paralyzed when a man attacked a taxi driver
- Kristian Constandinou hit the driver repeatedly in the head
- He stopped when he was dragged by two motorists on the bridge
- The 20-year-old pleaded guilty to assault and threat of driving
Kelsey Wilkie for Daily Mail Australia
A motorcyclist who attacked a taxi driver in the middle of the traffic on the Sydney Harbor Bridge had to be dragged by the spectators, according to a court.
Kristian Constandinou, 20, pleaded guilty to assault and threat of driving on Thursday for an attack on a taxi driver.
He has apologized to the driver after giving him eight punches to the head and several knees in the stomach.
Kristian Constandinou, 20, pleaded guilty to assault and threat of driving Thursday for a brutal attack on a taxi driver.
"I think I felt a little lost," Constandinou told 7 News outside the courtroom.
"It made me a bit worse, but I should have taken a moment to think about my actions and, oh, just let it go."
The motorists yelled at him to stop, but he continued.
Finally it stopped once it was separated by two motorists.
"I hope you can find it in the kindness of your heart to forgive me," he said.
Constandinou must be sentenced in October.
Kristian Constandinou, 20, has asked the driver who brutally attacked for forgiveness after repeatedly hit him