Yob smashes the Uber driver’s car window and kicks off the door mirrors in a furious assault on the street in West London
- Clip shows a man attacking a car, presumably an Uber, in Hounslow, London
- Crush the rear window with a large object before kicking off both exterior mirrors
- Video has been viewed over 4,000 times since uploaded to Twitter this morning
A supposedly drunk man was captured on video smashing into the rear window of an ‘Uber’ during an ‘angry attack’.
The cockroach is repeatedly kicked against the door mirrors, smashes the window and tries to pull the wipers of a car believed to be located in Hounslow, West London.
The shocking video was tweeted this morning, claiming the attack happened two days ago and that the car was an Uber driver.
The man in blue picks up a large object from the street (left), presumably in Hounslow, West London, before throwing it at the car and smashing the rear window (right)
A man in blue is captured while picking up a large, heavy object and throwing it at the car, breaking the glass on the back door in anger.
After breaking the rear window and sending shards of glass everywhere, he peers into the car to look at the damage.
He then continues to attack the outside mirror, kicking it forcefully before going to the mirror on the other side to do the same.
Another man appears on the scene and follows the evil man before trying to help him yank a broken door mirror from the car.
The ‘drunk and angry’ man focuses his attention on kicking off the door mirrors (left) before trying to rip him off the car (right)
The man in blue then turns his attention to the hood and starts pulling the windshield wipers furiously.
His friend eventually bundles him up in an attempt to calm him down and prevent him from causing any more damage to the car.
Twitter account London and UK Crime uploaded the video with the caption, “Angry and drunk man destroys Uber driver in North London, I believe it was a few days ago.”
The report later confirmed that the attack in Hounslow should have taken place.
The images have been viewed over 4,000 times since they were uploaded this morning.
The Met Police have been approached for comment.