Bizarre moment furious woman attacks car, forcing driver to flee

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A BIZARRE clip shows a furious woman attack and then climb into a car stopped in the middle of the road – forcing the male driver to flee.

Traffic was stopped in the middle of Clydebank, West Dunbartonshire, as the fiery readhead hit the car with the handbag, threw papers across the road and climbed in a side window.

The blue Rover is hit so hard at one point the vehicle’s hazard lights switch on.#

The male occupant of the car, wearing grey joggers and a hoodie, jumps out of the car and runs to safety, hiding at the other side of the vehicle.

The incident, which happened in broad daylight yesterday (Tues) in the town’s Faifley Road, was filmed from the car behind, whose occupants can be heard laughing uproariously throughout.

The clip opens with the woman swinging her handbag hard against the side of the vehicle before she leans in three times, grabs papers, and scatters them across the road.

Bizarrely, instead of opening the door, the woman then decides to climb into the car head first as her legs dangle out the window.

This then leads the frightened male to flee the car again before peeking back through the window – only to be hit with a blue object in the face.

A BIZARRE clip shows a furious woman attack and then climb into a car stopped in the middle of the road – forcing the male driver to flee.

The female crawls over to the passenger side and opens the door before the male runs away to hide behind the car at the other side.

The female is then shown continuously kicking the passenger door attempting to break it off its hinges.

Perhaps strangest of all, the couple then get back in the car and drive off together as if nothing had happened.

The man who filmed the video, who has asked to remain anonymous, simply said: “Don’t know what happened, it just happened in front of me, so I filmed it.”

 
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