Bus driver bumps the man behind the wheel of an Uber in a shocking road rage incident at Central Station
Shocking moment, a bus driver repeatedly hits an & # 39; illegally parked & # 39; Uber driver in the rage collision on the road in Sydney
- The altercation took place on Monday afternoon near the Central Station in Sydney
- The bus driver yells at the Uber driver for & # 39; illegal parking & # 39; near the station
- The bus driver tries to take a picture of the plate number while the car moves towards him
- He then seemed to throw a punch at Uber driver, who quickly fought back
A bus driver seemed to be losing patience with a Uber driver – allegedly parked illegally – in a shocking road rage incident caught on camera.
Footage shows the bus driver yelling at the man behind the wheel of the Uber before kicking the car that was parked outside Sydney Central Station on Monday afternoon.
The bus driver then walked to the front of the car trying to take a picture of the plate number.
The Uber driver seemed to take his foot off the break and drove slowly towards the bus driver.
The bus driver walked over to the driver's window and seemed to throw punches at the driver
The bus driver walked to the front of the car trying to take a picture of the plate number
The bus driver then walked to the driver's window and threw several punches at the driver.
The Uber driver then seemed to slap the bus driver's face before a bystander approached them and stopped the argument.
An NSW State Transit spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia that they did not approve of this type of behavior.
& # 39; State Transit has no tolerance whatsoever for any form of violent behavior & # 39 ;, they said.
& # 39; The bus driver has been suspended without paying and is investigating further through a disciplinary process. & # 39;
& # 39; State Transit apologizes to our customers and members of the public who witnessed the Monday incident. & # 39;
The Uber driver seemed to slap the bus driver's face before a bystander approached them and the argument stopped
An NSW police spokesperson confirmed Daily Mail Australia that an investigation will begin.
& # 39; Sydney City Police have looked at the images and will start an investigation & # 39 ;, they said.
& # 39; At present, no formal report has been received from any of the parties involved. & # 39;
They also asked someone with more information to contact Crime Stoppers at 1800 333 000.
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