Horrifying moment shopper is being attacked by a & # 39; machete-wielding stranger who is high on meth & # 39; was outside of IGA
A man was attacked by a stranger who reportedly had a lot of meth and armed with a machete in an IGA supermarket in Western Australia.
Mark Pitassi was shopping on Saturday at Innaloo in north-western Perth, when a man rushed over and waved a big knife.
CCTV recordings caused Mr. Pitassi to be ambushed by the man, with the 44-year-old using a blackboard to protect himself from a butcher in the complex.
Mr. Pitassi's shirt was torn off in general.
A man was attacked by a stranger who allegedly had a lot of meth and armed with a machete in an IGA supermarket in Western Australia
& # 39; He had a knife with him, it was smooth, in the end it was like playing twister with someone, & # 39; said Mr. Pitassi 7News.
The meeting lasted only 20 seconds, with the men blowing before they parted.
The alleged perpetrator then saw him grab the plate and break it through the butcher's shop window before rushing through neighboring businesses.
The man was caught and threw chairs at windows and at a nearby bottle shop, with staff locking themselves up and rolling the doors down.
The police arrived on the spot and had to defeat the man twice.
He was taken to the hospital and is expected to be charged.
& # 39; He had a knife with him, it was smooth, in the end it was like playing twister with someone & # 39 ;, said Mark Pitassi (photo)
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