The moment when a jet ski rider hits a fisherman before another man threatens to throw stones at him
Wave anger! The moment a furious jet ski rider hits a fisherman before another man threatens to throw stones at him
- A fisherman who was rammed by a jet ski driver was caught on the camera
- Visual material shows that the man from the Gold Coast is repeatedly rammed by the jet ski driver
- A second man would have threatened throwing stones at the fisherman of Coomera
- The two men later said that the fisherman hit his barge numerous times with his bait
- They also feared that after a wave of burglaries the man would search their house
Mark Brook for daily post Australia
A young fisherman is the target of furious residents who rammed him with their jet ski and threatened to throw stones.
Reece was only five minutes in the Runaway Bay waterway on the Gold Coast when the alleged attack took place, Nine news reported.
The fisherman said he had just dropped his first line when he was allegedly approached by an angry local on a jet ski and the violent incident began.
Reece (photo) was only about five minutes in the waterway at Runaway Bay on the Gold Coast when the alleged attack took place
It started with the thumping of stones that were thrown at me and then it ended with a resident who rammed his jet ski into my boat, & # 39; said the fisherman.
Reece claimed that the jet-skater was acting so aggressively against him that at a certain moment he pushed his boat out of the river.
Unable to stop the jet-skipper from ramming his boat, the young fisherman decided to film him with his mobile phone.
Shocking images show that the jet-skipper rattles the boat repeatedly, while the fisherman says: & # 39; Mate leaves me. I just watch my business … Only fish! & # 39;
Unwilling to move backwards, the jet ski rider continues to sail at full speed with the fishing boat and says, "Come get me! Get out of my sight!"
Other images show the two men standing outside a residence on the water while the fisherman is heard asking why they hold stones in their hands.
The two men later said that the young man had hit his boat, which was docked outside their home on the water, several times with his lure.
She said after a wave of burglaries in the area recently, they became suspicious of the fisherman and thought he was scoping their property.
The video was handed over to the police as proof.
Reece claimed that the jet-skipper (photo) acted so aggressively against him that at a certain moment he pushed his boat powerfully down the river