Mayhem on the M1 motorway: the man beats his ute by roadworks in two parked cars before he attacks a female policeman in wild frenzy & # 39;
- A man was accused of crashing against road works and two other vehicles
- The ute reportedly crashed via road works on the M1 motorway
- The police claim that the man ran out of the ute and tried to push a man from a motorcycle
- An alleged struggle occurred when a policeman tried to catch him
- The driver was accused of the dangerous functioning of a vehicle and an attack
Bianca Bongato for Daily Mail Australia
A man accused of being beaten by roadworks before attempting to steal a motorcycle and then battering a policeman was hit by a series of accusations.
It is clear that the driver, 44, on Friday on the Gold Coast at 20.00 on the M1 highway rushed south before his wild alleged rampage.
His ute would have collided with two other vehicles, one in which a 10-month-old baby was inside while driving through a roadworks site before he eventually hit a barrier.
The police claim that the man stepped out of his ute and tried to push a person off his motorcycle, according to the Courier Mail.
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The ute collided with two other vehicles when it drove through a roadside area and collided with a highway on the highway.
A 47-year-old female police officer from the Forensic Crash Unit stopped on the spot and tried to arrest the man.
The police officer suffered minor injuries to cuts and bruises to her hands, arms and face, while the man had a cut on his head after the alleged fight.
Bystanders helped the man down before more officers arrived.
The man, who was 44-year-old Munruben-resident, was arrested and taken to hospital.
The alleged ordeal caused a major traffic jam on the M1 motorway, with kilometers of carriages.
The police union in Queensland expressed concern about the alleged incident and called for mandatory prison sentences for police attacks.
& # 39; It is the only way we will stop (attack) against the police, which are all too common every day, & # 39; told the Queensland police, Ian Leavers, to the Courier Mail.
Bystanders helped the man down before more police officers arrived at the site of the highway accident
The alleged ordeal caused a major traffic jam on the M1 motorway, with car & # 39; s kilometers in line (pictured)
& # 39; Whether it is a week or a month, three months or six months, depending on the severity, time needs to be served for these violations & # 39 ;.
& # 39; Because people are running away with a slap on the pulse or little to no punishment right now.
The Ute driver was charged with one count of the dangerous operation of a motor vehicle and one count of serious assault.
The man underwent drug testing and will appear Monday at the Southport Magistrates Court.
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