[VIDEO] Man violently assaults motorist who drove into his car at fuel station

This video shows a man violently attacking a driver who drove into his car at a petrol station scraping it along the side. It is believed to have taken place on the West Rand, Gauteng.

As the driver emerges from his car, the man lays into him as onlookers try to intervene but manage to do little to stop him.

Then, he gets back into his car and drives away.

Watch the video below. (warning: the footage is graphic in content)


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