- Angry bikers attacked a motorist who accidentally drove into one of their bikes while changing lanes
- The bikers chased the victims to the police station where a police officer was hit by a bakkie driven by the bikers
- The police have vowed to catch the perpetrators and charges have been laid against them
Angry bikers were caught on camera in an allegedly adrenaline-fueled road rage rampage at the weekend in Mpumalanga which left the victims traumatised.
Times Live reported that the bikers assaulted a motorist and drove over a policeman with a Bakkie as the conflict sprawled across Belfast and ended at the police station where the victims had fled to seek assistance.
Brigadier Leonard Hlathi described the ordeal as horrifying which was sparked off when a vehicle tried to overtake a truck but was unable to and upon moving back into the lane, collided with a biker.
The bikers reacted violently when the driver stopped the vehicle, they fled the scene to take refuge at the police station according to The Citizen.
The bakkie fled the scene after hitting the police officer. Hlathi has promised that the culprits would be brought to book and said that two counts of malicious damage to property had been registered.
"Those are hooligan bikers; they always behave like that, even if they were black they would react like that as a group to a motorist."
"I don't what happened before the video is taken, but I know bikers in those groups always think they own the road."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that South Africans were taken aback by video footage of an alleged road rage incident.
The video was shared by Yusuf Abramjee via Twitter and it revealed an irate taxi driver using a golf club to do damage to another vehicle.
After smashing the windscreen, the man then proceeds to strike the bonnet and bumper area of the vehicle.
In other news, a group of bikers led a protest in Cape Town in response to the recent increases in farm attacks in South Africa.
The group eventually gathered outside the Parliamentary buildings, carrying signs reading “Stop farm killings” and “No farms, no food”.
“The government is not doing anything about our farmers being murdered” said Debbie Els of the Stop Farm Murders Attacks Movement.
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