Frightening moment furious driver of a road rammed a man into a pole after a fight in which the woman hit the windshield with her shoe
- The video is said to have been filmed in Newcastle on Saturday evening at 9 p.m.
- A Ford Focus is in the middle of the road before a woman hits him with her shoe
- The vehicle then turns onto the road and smashes a man's feet into a sign
These frightening images show the moment when a man is run over after a woman is pummeling with her shoe against the windshield of the same car.
It is thought that the video was filmed around 9 p.m. on Saturday night in the Biggs Market area, in the center of Newcastle.
It starts with a Ford Focus sitting in the middle of the road with the doors open while a woman leans forward to take off her shoe.
Suddenly two men jump into the vehicle and the woman starts hammering her shoe against the windshield, for shocked revelers.
The image starts with the car in the middle of the road while the woman leans forward to take off her shoe
She then starts to hit the windshield several times before the car drives away
The car drives backwards onto the road and then hits a man who makes him fly into the sky
He lands at the bottom of a traffic sign after the crash. It is not clear whether he needed medical help
As the woman hits the car with her sixth stroke, the driver accelerates and lets her fly while she holds the handle of the car.
The car drives backwards quickly and another man tries to get into the car and starts chasing him.
Suddenly the black car stops and starts driving backwards on the road while the woman half-heartedly tries to hit the car again with her shoe.
The motor vehicle then drives into the man and hits him off his feet against a traffic sign.
It is not clear what the incident started or whether the people involved know each other.
A spokesperson for the Nortumbria police told Chronicle Live that the incident occurred at 9 p.m. and no one has been arrested.
A spokesperson for the Force added: & # 39; We are aware of the incident and it is being investigated. & # 39;
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