YUMA, Ariz. — Video shows a motorcyclist being attacked in a road rage incident as he manages to turn the tables on his alleged attacker.
KTTV reportedthat it happened recently after some kind of incident involving a motorcyclist and another driver in Yuma, Ariz.
It happened when the driver of the car was possibly cut-off by the motorcycle at the intersection of Pacific Avenue and 21st Street.
That’s when police said the driver got out of his car and confronted the motorcycle driver.
Video of the confrontation, which starts at about the 50 second mark, shows a man walk from his car and punch the man on the bike in the face.
As the female passenger on the bike jumps off, the bike’s driver yells, “Don’t you f******* touch her.”
“Call the f****** cops. Let’s go,” the driver of the car is heard saying.
As the confrontation escalates, the driver jumps off his bike and eventually pins the man to the ground.
“I did nothing to you. Stop. Are you done? You better stop. Are you going to behave?” the motorcyclist tells the man.
When the biker asks what prompted the outburst, the man in the car said the motorcyclist broke the law.
“I went in between you on a road?” the motorcycle driver questions.
“Yep,” the driver pinned to the ground responds.
“And you’re going to punch me and assault me for that? And you think that’s the right thing to do,” motorcycle driver asks.
“How old are you? Shouldn’t you know by now that’s not what you do?” the bike’s driver says.
The case is under investigation. The exact circumstances leading up to the incident remain unclear.
Police said the man in the vehicle may have been under the influence and are awaiting toxicology results. Charges may be pending.