The horrifying moment when a former agent & # 39; throws a flood of punches at a tradition & # 39; in the middle of one of Australia's busiest highways
- Junny accused Hetherton of ramming into a BMW after it merged in front of him
- The 42-year-old former police officer also accused him of the victim's car
- Moments later, the two were involved in a dirty fight in the middle of the highway
A cruel fight between a former agent and a trader in the middle of one of Australia's busiest highways has been captured on camera.
Junny Hetherton is accused of ramming into a 32-year-old BMW after it merged for him at the Tullamarine Freeway in Melbourne on April 24 last year.
The 42-year-old ex-police officer is also accused of having attacked the alleged victim's car until he was forced to pullover and lock himself.
Hetherton (shown in blue) launched himself at the merchant and threw several punches
Shocking images then show that Hetherton comes out of his Nissan Patrol and harasses the victim, who stays in the car.
According to court records, Hetherton slammed on the windows of the alleged victim's car, recording the incident, Nine News reported.
A few moments later, the City Link staff met and the drivers met personally before Hetherton reportedly launched himself on the victim and threw punches while lying on the ground.
A passerby stepped inside to stop the fight.
Hetherton appeared in court on Wednesday, where his lawyer presented the documents stating that his client "had serious PTSD as a result of his time with the Victoria Police."
He was released on bail and reappears on Friday.
Hetherton (on the right in the photo) was released on bail and reappears in court on Friday
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