The grandmother was attacked in an attack of fury against drugs while it was sprayed with alcohol and threatened to set fire to it
- A grandmother was threatened with setting herself on fire in the middle of the drug.
- Perth's grandmother said that the "long-haired" man threatened with a bottle
- According to the victim, the man spilled alcohol on her after he interrupted her.
Greta Levy for Daily Mail Australia
A grandmother was threatened with catching fire in an attack of fury against drugs.
The 63-year-old man was sprayed with alcohol by a man with gray hair and missing teeth while driving on a Perth motorway last month.
The driver feared that they would set it on fire after the "affected" of the drug and the "alcohol" approached.
She said she cut her on the road, poured alcohol on her and then threatened her with a broken glass bottle.
"I had no escape." I could not move the vehicle and he was standing there with a broken bottle, "the woman who wished to remain anonymous told Nine News.
"It could have been anything, it could have been a lighter or something, so at that time I was going through hypothetical situations in my head."
The 63-year-old man was sprayed with alcohol by a man with long gray hair and missing teeth while driving on a Perth motorway last month.
The long-haired man has also been described as tall, thin and aged in his fifties or sixties. He had a piercing and drives a dark colored sedan.
It was believed that he was seen rushing down the emergency lane between Ocean Reef Road and Whitfords Avenue at about 6:45 p.m. M.
Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers.
The long-haired man has also been described as tall, thin and aged in his fifties or sixties. He had a piercing and he drives a dark colored sedan