Brutal moment when a father & # 39; knockout is beaten by a tradition after confronting a young woman for parking in a disabled place without a permit & # 39;
- David Fletcher saw a woman with two passengers park in a handicapped place in Perth
- He saw that they had no permit and said they should not park there
- A fight broke out that ended with Mr. Fletcher, 48, off on the road
- A pharmacist hurried to help Fletcher, who was fortunately not seriously injured
This is the brutal moment when a father was allegedly attacked and beaten unconscious in a parking garage after a furious quarrel about a disabled space.
David Fletcher saw a young woman with two passengers park in a disabled bay outside the Stargate shopping center in Atwell, Perth on Tuesday at 5 p.m.
The 48-year-old claimed that the group had no license and said they had to move their flashy Subaru to a regular parking lot.
But he said they reacted furiously and started yelling at him.
This is the moment when a father (in a white T-shirt) is allegedly attacked and beaten unconscious in a parking lot in a furious row about a handicapped space
& # 39; They all started throwing abuse at me, he said Nine news.
The argument escalated until Fletcher was reportedly attacked by the trader's passenger, who was wearing a bright orange hi-vis shirt.
Camera images would have pushed the man Fletcher to the ground, the force of the collision knocked him out.
& # 39; I was clearly blind to a cowardly punch or something. Knocked me out, & said Mr. Fletcher.
The three people then left Mr. Fletcher unconscious on the sidewalk.
David Fletcher (photo) said he did not regret challenging the group
A nearby pharmacist rushed to Mr. Fletcher's help and found him dazed and with blood coming from a wound on his head.
He was taken to Fiona Stanley Hospital where he was observed until Wednesday morning with a possible concussion.
Mr. Fletcher suffered no serious injury from the attack, but said he woke up with a severe headache, swelling on his jaw, and nausea.
He can only start working as a mechanical engineer again next week.
Despite his injuries, he said he would never refrain from calling a able-bodied person to occupy a disabled place.
& # 39; This is a disabled bay for the disabled. You don't benefit from that, & he said.
On Wednesday evening, the police arrested a 23-year-old man from Spearwood and accused him of physical abuse.
The municipality is investigating the alleged illegal parking that could result in a fine of up to $ 1,000 for the female driver.
Fletcher claimed that the trader (shown in orange) struck him with a & # 39; cowardly punch & # 39;
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