Young rugby star's mother attacks a delivery guy during a vicious rage attack on the road

& # 39; I remember punches that rain down on me & # 39 ;: Mother of an emerging young rugby star attacks a delivery guy during a vicious rage attack on the road – leaving him with a broken cheek and nose

  • Mother of controversial young rugby league star was filmed in anger attack on the road
  • The victim was left almost unconscious with a broken cheek and nose
  • Delivery man, Keith Tyler, said that people in the car behind him started screaming screaming abuse
  • Joan Taufua, mother of Payne Haas, was filmed and rushed towards the victim
  • Mr. Tyler filmed before his phone was knocked out of his hand and he was beaten

The mother of a controversial young rugby league star was filmed by a delivery boy attacking during a cruel rage attack, leaving him almost unconscious with a broken cheek and nose.

Keith Tyler completed a delivery at The Pines shopping center on the Gold Coast when people started shouting abuse in a car behind him.

He said the following car was blocking its exit after it was changed to a loading bay.

Keith Tyler (photo) completed a delivery at The Pines shopping center on the Gold Coast when people in a car behind him started screaming abusively

Keith Tyler (photo) completed a delivery at The Pines shopping center on the Gold Coast when people in a car behind him started screaming abusively

Joan Taufua, the mother of the Broncos player Payne Haas from Brisbane, was filmed when he left the van with two other people before he abused Mr Tyler through his window.

Mr. Tyler began filming the verbal violence and assumed that the altercation was over after the group went back to their van.

However, when the delivery man got out of his car to film the license plate of the van, the group turned around and physically confronted him.

In the images, shared with Channel A & # 39; s Current Affair, Mother of Ten is seen Mrs. Taufua storming into Mr. Tyler before his phone is knocked out of his hand.

& # 39; I remember the man who held my head, and his knee kept coming to my face, and I remember that bumps rained down on me, & # 39; he said.

Witnesses came to Mr. Tyler's help and he was treated for a broken nose, broken teeth and a punctured lip.

Since the attack, Mr. Tyler said that he has almost recovered physically, he has not mentally switched from the traumatic event.

Joan Taufua (photo), mother of Brisbane Broncos player Payne Haas, was filmed as he stepped out of the car with two other people before abusing Mr. Tyler through his window

Joan Taufua (photo), mother of Brisbane Broncos player Payne Haas, was filmed as he stepped out of the car with two other people before abusing Mr. Tyler through his window

Joan Taufua (photo), mother of Brisbane Broncos player Payne Haas, was filmed as he stepped out of the car with two other people before abusing Mr. Tyler through his window

The 10-year-old mother also pleaded guilty of two abuses in connection with a junior rugby competition in 2018

The 10-year-old mother also pleaded guilty of two abuses in connection with a junior rugby competition in 2018

The 10-year-old mother also pleaded guilty of two abuses in connection with a junior rugby competition in 2018

"She was certainly the most aggressive, not just female, but the person I have ever met in my life," he said of Mrs. Taufua.

According to ACA, Taufua was accused of and found guilty of mistreatment with bodily injury in company.

When journalists approached Taufua, she denied that the attack was taking place and told them to leave.

& # 39; Why ask questions if you don't know anything about it, & # 39; said Mrs. Taufua.

The 10-year-old mother also pleaded guilty of two assaults in connection with a junior rugby competition in 2018.

Her son Payne Haas (photo), 19, was also interviewed by the police about the same fight, but his lawyer urged the rugby star to break the fight

Her son Payne Haas (photo), 19, was also interviewed by the police about the same fight, but his lawyer urged the rugby star to break the fight

Her son Payne Haas (photo), 19, was also interviewed by the police about the same fight, but his lawyer urged the rugby star to break the fight

Her son Payne Haas, 19, was also interviewed by the police in the same fight, but his lawyer argued that the rugby league star had broken the fight.

However, he was suspended for four games and fined $ 20,000 after refusing to cooperate with the NRL Integrity Commission.

In April he was caught by the police who went to training without a permit and used his phone while he was driving.

The rising star was fined $ 500 and lost his license for six months after he pleaded guilty for the two offenses.

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